Cybersex trafficking is the devastating live-streamed sexual exploitation of children viewed over the internet. It needs to stop.
It is growing at an alarming rate. Canada’s National Child Exploitation Coordination Centre (NCECC) of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police has seen a 350% increase in reports of online child sexual exploitation material from 2011 to 2016 (i.e. 6,072 to 27,300 annually).
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IJM has rescued more than 1350 victims from sex trafficking
54% of victims rescued in IJM cybersex trafficking cases are between 1 - 12 years old.
IJM has seen a 75-86% reduction of minors available for sex in various cities across the Philippines.
CyberTip.ca is Canada's tip-line for reporting the online sexual exploitation of children--it receives over 3,000 tips or reports per month.
Cybertip.ca is Canada’s National Tipline for reporting the online sexual exploitation of children. It is an excellent Canadian resource that prepares parents and other caregivers to speak with children about online safety and navigating the internet with wisdom. It includes internet safety resources for children 11 years old and younger, and children 12 years old and older. If you are concerned about a child being sexually exploited on the Internet, report it.