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FBI accused of hacking more than 1,000 computers during child porn probe

FBI accused of hacking more than 1,000 computers during child porn probe

The FBI secretly took control of a child porn website early last year and began infecting visitors with malware to identify roughly 1,300 individuals who had allegedly logged-on using software designed to browse the Internet anonymously, a new report has revealed.

The FBI's 'Unprecedented' Hacking Campaign Targeted Over a Thousand Computers

The FBI's 'Unprecedented' Hacking Campaign Targeted Over a Thousand Computers

In the summer of 2015, two men from New York were charged with online child pornography crimes. The site the men allegedly visited was a Tor hidden service, which supposedly would protect the identity of its users and server location. What made the case stand out was that the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) had used a hacking tool to identify the IP addresses ....

Devout Christian Brenton Honeyman gets suspended jail sentence for child porn possession

Devout Christian Brenton Honeyman gets suspended jail sentence for child porn possession

For years, Brenton Noel Honeyman lived a double life.

Publicly, he was a devout Christian and science advocate, first as a high school teacher and then as Questacon manager of Inspiring Australia Strategy and Partnerships.

But privately, he battled a porn addiction that led him to be convicted....

Chile: 4 people arrested in pedophile ring

Chile: 4 people arrested in pedophile ring

SANTIAGO, Chile - Chilean police say they've arrested four people for possessing thousands of child pornography images.

Commissioner Renzo Benni of the police cybercrime unit said Thursday that they were connected to an international pedophile ring.

Louisville Resident And Former Volunteer Football Coach Sentenced To 87 Months In Prison For Child Pornography Charges

Louisville Resident And Former Volunteer Football Coach Sentenced To 87 Months In Prison For Child Pornography Charges

LOUISVILLE, Ky. - A Louisville resident and former volunteer football coach at Jefferson County Catholic schools was sentenced today in U.S. District Court by Senior Judge Thomas B. Russell to 87 months in prison, followed by 10 years of supervised release, for child pornography charges, announced U.S. Attorney John E. Kuhn, Jr.

Missing Brooklyn teen found through secondary Facebook account

Missing Brooklyn teen found through secondary Facebook account

BROOKLYN, OH (WOIO) - Brooklyn Police detailed on Friday how they located missing 15-year-old Alexis Boroviak, who vanished Nov. 8 when she went to let out the dog.

Alexis was found safe Tuesday night in Marthasville, MO. She told authorities she had met 41-year-old Christopher Schroeder online several months ago through social m....

Man gets 21 years for possessing, sharing child porn online

Man gets 21 years for possessing, sharing child porn online

A man previously convicted of sexual assaulting a 15-year-old girl has been jailed for 21 years for possession and distribution of child pornography.

U.S. Attorney Andrew Luger has announced that Levi Wayne Burns, 40, of Zimmerman, Minnesota was sentenced to 252 months in prison at the U.S. District Court in Minneapolis on Thursd....

Stromsburg man arrested on child pornography charges

Stromsburg man arrested on child pornography charges

LA VISTA, Neb. —La Vista police arrested a man on child pornography charges Friday.

Acting on a tip during a FBI-Omaha Child Exploitation Task Force operation last month, officers arrested William H. Rich, 26, of Stromsburg for conspiracy to possess child pornography.

Dutch police bust child porn ring

Dutch police bust child porn ring

THE HAGUE: Dutch and Australian police with help from the FBI have cracked down on one of the world’s largest child pornography websites arresting hundreds of suspects, a Dutch newspaper reported on Wednesday.

Fla. police sergeant charged for child pornography found on patrol car laptop

Fla. police sergeant charged for child pornography found on patrol car laptop

LIVE OAK, Fla. – A North Florida police sergeant is facing federal charges of possession of child pornography after an FBI investigation uncovered explicit images and videos featuring children on the department-issued laptop in his patrol car.

As in previous years, the International Forum of Solidarity – EMMAUS will join the celebration of the Safer Internet Day 2016 on February 9, under the motto “Play your part for a better internet!”. SID activities in Bosnia and Herzegovina will be carried out by the SID Committee BiH, in cooperation with respective local and regional stakeholders, industry partners and Insafe. The aim of these activities is to promote safer and more responsible use of online technology and mobile phones, especially among children and young people.

SID 2016 will be celebrated in cooperation with the Safer Internet Center Croatia - the Center for Missing and Exploited Children (CNZD) Osijek, regional CSO partner. This will represent the continuation of successful cooperation from previous two years when SID was regionally promoted among target groups through the implementation of an online competition for children aged 10-14.  
This year’s competition shall invite elementary school children of 5th – 9th grade to participate in an online quiz addressing various questions of internet safety.

The quiz will be accessible online on February 9, 2016 in the period between 09:00 – 19:00 hours CET. Scholars will have the opportunity to access the quiz several times in trying to reach the highest possible score by answering the questions as correctly as possible. Participants who score above 80% of accuracy will automatically enter the 2nd selection phase. The winners – one 1st place, three 2nd places and two 3rd places - shall be selected randomly by the system following the quiz end at 19:00 hours, out of the number of participants who scored above 80% of accuracy, whereby the 1st place will be selected of participants who scored 100%.

During the competition, the participants and the wider public will be able to follow quiz participation by geographical coverage through an interactive map on the specialized web site created for SID celebration purposes www.dansigurnijeginterneta.org. The site shall also be used to promote SID and respective activities organized on that day with the wider audience, specifically targeting children. In addition, SID Committee BiH and respective stakeholders shall promote the celebration and related activities with the Ministries of Education in BiH and schools across the country, to reach a wider target audience and animate children to take part in these activities, therewith raising public awareness on internet safety.

Following the competition celebrating SID 2016 in Bosnia and Herzegovina, the International Forum of Solidarity – EMMAUS and partners will organize an Official Awards Ceremony for the quiz winners. The ceremony will be organized in one of the primary schools in BiH, whereby the winners will be awarded by respective awards that include: tablets, mobile phones, headsets, keyboard sets, web cameras, pre-paid mobile phone cards and other prizes.

In Bosnia and Herzegovina, the celebration of the SID is organized by the Safer Internet Day Committee (BiH SID Committee), a body formed in 2011 with the aim of implementing awareness raising and prevention activities for children and youth on the safer use of information and communication technologies. This body was established by the International Forum of Solidarity – EMMAUS (IFS-EMMAUS) in coordination with Insafe. The committee is chaired by the State Coordinator for Combating Trafficking in Human Beings and Illegal Migration, and hosts representatives of the Communication of Regulatory Agency of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Save the Children, OneWorldSEE and Microsoft BiH. Safer Internet Day is just one in a series of activities that these organizations, individually and jointly are implementing with the aim of educating children and parents on the issue of internet safety.

Sexual exploitation and online abuse of children affect the most vulnerable categories in our society, worldwide. Therefore, by coordinated activities it is possible to fight global against this phenomenon. In order to proceed with the successful coordination of activities achieved during the first WePROTECT Summit in London in December 2014, on 16th and 17th of November 2015, the United Arab Emirates in coordination with the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, organize WePROTECT Summit in Abu Dhabi.

Active participation at this Summit are taken by leading ministers, executives of major technology companies and senior figures in the field of child protection.

The aim of the meeting is discussion transforming how this crime is dealt with internationally. WePROTECT was established with the vision of children protected and safeguarded, the perpetrators of this crime apprehended and Internet free of child sexual exploitation.

On behalf of Bosnia and Herzegovina, at the Summit is actively participating the delegation, led by State Coordinator for combating Trafficking in Human Beings/Ministry of Security of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and members of the delegation are also a representative of Save the Children and IFS-EMMAUS Hotline representative/INHOPE president.

GALLERY

Safer Internet Day 2015 was marked in Bosnia and Herzegovina on 10th February with the motto “Let's create a better internet together”. In accordance with this motto, the SID Committee BiH has marked the Safer Internet Day in cooperation with a partner CSO from the region – the Center for Missing and Exploited Children (CNZD) from Osijek, Croatia, and by establishing a specialized web site (www.boljiinternet2015.com) and an application for online competition for elementary school children on the topic of internet security.  The competition consisted of an online quiz for students between V – IX grade with questions related to safe use of the internet, which was active on the day of marking the Safer Internet Day, meaning 10th February from 09:00 until 17:00 o’clock, after which awards and quiz winners were announced on the abovementioned website, generically and through the application for online competition, including children who responded correctly to 80% or more questions.

During the competition, by an interactive map available on the mentioned website, data was visible about the number of children who participated in the quiz and from which cities from Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina they come; thus, 3300 children from Bosnia and Herzegovina participated in the competition which represent a special success of the SID Committee BiH when it comes to animation of children for participation in the competition.

As a final event for marking the Safer Internet Day in Bosnia and Herzegovina 2015, International Forum of Solidarity - EMMAUS, in cooperation with partners from SID Committee BiH, realized an Official Ceremony and awards for the winners of the quiz organized regarding the marking of the Safer Internet Day, 24 February 2015, in elementary school „21. mart“ in Matuzici, Doboj Jug from 12:00 until 13:00 o’clock.

In collaboration with Microsoft Bosnia and Herzegovina, valuable awards were provided for the best contestants from our country, including: I award, tablet – awarded student from elementary school „21. mart“, Matuzici; II award, mobile phone – awarded student from elementary school „Kriskovci“, Laktasi; and  III award, camera – awarded student from elementary school „Mesa Selimovic“, Zenica, which were awarded by the Chief of Doboj Jug Municipality, Ms. Jasminka Begic.

The present students, representatives of educational institutions and the media were addresses by Mr. Amir Becic, director of the school „21. mart“, with a short introductory speech, and Ms. Amela Efendic, representing IFS-EMMAUS and SID Committee BiH, gave the present students symbolical consolation prizes.

Activities regarding marking the Safer Internet Day are being realized for the fifth year in Bosnia and Herzegovina, in cooperation with European network Insafe. Insafe network organizes the marking of this day (Safer Internet Day) every year at the beginning of February with the aim to raise awareness and promotion of safer and a more responsible use of internet technologies and mobile phones, especially amongst children and youth all around the world.

''Today, concerning the pressure of the contemporary society, fast life pace and development of technology, we must be cautious, now more than ever, and take care of our children, educate ourselves and be informed, not just about the advantages, but also about the danger of the internet, organize preventive activities aimed for the children, parents, social workers and the wider social community. It is not much spoken about this topic, and concrete actions are not being taken, which should focus mainly on research, learning about positive and negative sides of the internet as well as about using of internet on a responsible and safe manner. Safer Internet Day is a good example of how to raise awareness on an interesting and appealing way, especially with children, about responsible use of the internet, which is very important for their future development and progress, and also for gaining new knowledge, acquaintances and association with the realization of similar activities. Thus, I publically express my congratulations for the initiative and I wish a lot of success in future work and activities, and I especially congratulate the student which was awarded the first prize and has shown that the students of elementary school „21. mart“ can be very good, if not the best, in everything, and I'm proud of them.'' , as pointed out by the Chief of Doboj Jug Municipality, Ms. Jasminka Begic.

In Bosnia and Herzegovina, the celebration of the day is organized by the Committee for marking Safer Internet Day (SID, Safer Internet Day, The Committee of Bosnia and Herzegovina), a body formed in 2011 with the aim of implementing preventative and promotional activities for the protection of children and youth in their use of information and communication technologies. This body was established by the International Forum of Solidarity – EMMAUS (IFS-EMMAUS) in coordination with the International Organization Insafe – a European network of centers that raise awareness of and promote safe and responsible use of the internet and mobile phones among children and youth. The committee is headed by the State Coordinator for Combating Trafficking in Human Beings and Illegal Migration, and its members include representatives of the Communication of Regulatory Agency of Bosnia and Herzegovina, IFS-EMMAUS, Save the Children, OneWorldSEE, and Microsoft BiH. Safer Internet Day is just one in a series of activities that these organizations, individually and jointly, have implemented with the aim of educating children and parents about the risks that the internet brings, and how to adequately protect themselves from them.

GALERY

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