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AP THE HAGUE—A Dutch rights group said Monday it had identified over 1,000 pedophiles around the world by offering online sex with a computer-generated 10-year-old Filipina girl called Sweetie.Terre des Hommes Netherlands has now handed over to police the identities of those who were willing to pay children in developing countries for online sex, a growing phenomenon, it said.The effect of the 10-week investigation was shocking, said Guyt.“We were swamped by men looking for contact, looking for sexual activities with us,” he said.Their personal information was then compiled into a “dossier” and shared with Interpol.“Terre des Homme researchers hunkered in an Amsterdam warehouse, turned on a Webcam, and using software, controlled the CG girl's conversation, facial expressions, and movements,” said .“If we were able to identify 1,000 individuals in just two and a half months last summer, think how many of these people could be identified if governments took a more active approach,” Albert Jaap Van Santbrink, Terre de Homme’s director, told .

There are an estimated 60,000 to 100,000 children working in the Philippine sex industry – many of them lured into performing sex acts via webcam after being promised a “normal” job.

ASK ANYONE WHO works in the area of cyber crime prevention to describe their job and you’ll most likely be told that it’s like running to stand still.

Just as we all enjoy discovering the benefits that each new wave of digital technology brings us, so too do others enjoy discovering what new criminal capabilities the latest development affords them.

Our work over the last decade on child prostitution in Cambodia and the Philippines has thrown up a 21st century phenomenon; namely that paedophiles and sex offenders from developed countries (where they can no longer abuse children without detection), move to developing countries and often set themselves up as charity volunteers, sports instructors, childcare workers and suchlike, always in close proximity to vulnerable children.

Concurrent with this is the burgeoning growth of the industry known as child sex tourism in Asian holiday destinations, affording many paedophiles the opportunity to build “sugar daddy” relationships with local children and their families by bringing gifts and money when they arrive for a “holiday”, and fostering the relationship online at a distance.