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Pimps and Predators on the Internet
Globalizing Sexual Exploitation of Women and Children

   

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Definitions
Sexual exploitation
Pimp
Predator
Internet
Sex industry

Introduction
Technology, Globalization and Systems of Sexual Exploitation
The Report on Pimps and Predators on the Internet

Non-Commerical Use of the Internet for Sexual Exploitation

Part 1
Predators Report on Their Exploitation of Women and Children
Predators Take Turns with One Woman
Part 2

Predator's Bad Experiences -- Women's Pain and Suffering
Predators Enslave Women and Girls
Predators Buy Children
Part 3

Predators in Strip Clubs
Predators with Cameras
Predators with Hidden Cameras
Part 4

Predators Make and Trade Child Pornography
German Crackdown on Child Pornography on Usenet Groups
Part 5

Predators Find Children on the Internet
Stings -- US Police Undercover Operations Against Predators
Avoiding Accountability and Deflecting Blame

Commercial Use of the Internet for Sexual Exploitation

Part 1
Growth of the Commercial Sex Industry on the Internet
Organized Prostitution Tours
Mail-Order-Brides
Connections Among Types of Sexual Exploitation
Part 2
Live Videoconferencing -- Online Prostitution
Pimps on the Internet
Women in the Commercial Internet Sex Industry
Other Forms of Violence Against Women on the Internet

The Sex Industry and the Internet Industry
Sex Industry and Internet Search Engines

Self-Regulation of the Internet
Internet Meldpunt Kinderporno
Internet Watch Foundation
CyberTipline
Zero Tolerance Policy Promised

Independent Tiplines and Vigilantes
PedoWatch
Ethical Hackers Against Pedophilia
Se7en -- Genuine Hacker Terror
Morkhoven

Globalizing Women's Rights and Dignity

Resolution -- Misuse of the Internet for the Purpose of Sexual Exploitation

 

This report was funded by NORAD, the Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation. many thanks to Kvinnefronten (Women's Front) of Norway - especially to Agnete Strom and Anne Soyland, without whose sponsorship the project could not have been funded.

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Published by The Coalition Against Trafficking in Women, 1999
ISBN 0-9670857-1-3
Donna M. Hughes, dhughes@uri.edu
http://www.uri.edu/artsci/wms/hughes