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Shut Down Cybersex Trafficking of Children.

These children don't get to say "No". But you do.

Cybersex trafficking is on the rise as internet access increases everywhere.

Now, pedophiles anywhere in the world can direct live sexual abuse of boys and girls hidden in private homes or internet cafes.

Let's Shut It Down

A young boy dreams of being a superhero. But first he has to escape the evil in his home. Please note: This is one of the most difficult stories we’ve ever told. The content of this video is troubling and is not suitable for children.

This conversation needs your voice. These children don't get to say "No". But you do.

Cybersex trafficking of children is a devastating form of modern-day slavery.

54% of victims rescued in IJM cases are 1-12 years old.

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What is Cybersex Trafficking?

Cybersex trafficking is the live-streaming sexual abuse of children viewed over the internet. We need your help to rescue these children and stop them from being exploited in the first place.

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Cassie’s Story

Cassie moved to Manila when she was 12 with big dreams. What she found there was a nightmare. She was raped and forced to perform sex acts in front of a camera. Until her rescue.

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Every child should have someone to protect them.

Help put an end to this abuse. For good.

#NotOnMyScreen

Join the nationwide campaign to shut down the online sexual exploitation of children.


Cybertip.ca is Canada’s National Tipline for reporting the online sexual exploitation of children.
If you are concerned about a child being sexually exploited on the Internet, report it.

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