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 and is fuelled by the behaviour of Canadians online. Of 60 countries investigated, Canada
ranked in the top three for hosting websites and images, and selling
material containing child sexual abuse (Cybertip.ca).
You can join the nationwide movement to raise awareness and help end online abuse perpetrated by Canadians.
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This #NotOnMyScreen conversation needs your voice. Victims of cybersex trafficking are often young children. They don’t get to say "No". But you do.Take The Pledge
Canada, let's take the lead in addressing this issue. Help raise awareness by advocating online.
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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. Visit Cybertip.ca