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Are you the spouse of a person that has been discovered in contact with child pornography? Have you discovered this fact and not reported it to the police, or have the police come to your door and informed you that the computers in your home or business are being forensically examined for indecent imagery of children?
A man who is a care worker with an exemplary record for close on half a century goes fishing. His life is ruined. In the previous week he was visited by police at his home and it was made known to him that he was being investigated for visiting Internet sites on which child pornographic imagery was available. His computer was seized and his wife was devastated by the news. His daughter arrived home from class to find without any warning that her life would never be the same again.
In despair, the disables his hands with a tie attached to a heavy object and slips quietly over the side and beneath the water.
Doctors, priests, policemen, firemen, nurses, millionaires, people from all walks of life linked together by a single fact: They have been caught in possession of child pornography. Some are serial abusers aka pedophiles, but many are consumers of adult pornography who drift unsuspectingly, but not always accidentally into the realm of illegal imagery. It is important to know for all those who occasionally like to have a peek at adult content websites, that child pornography could be copied onto a computer without you actually knowing it.
At fault are deceiving practices by the adult porn and personals industry as well as a convenience feature that is part of your web browsing software.
Some web site owners are allowing sharp practices that bring the proximity of child porn right to an audience already predisposed to sexual content.
If you open an adult content site then you should look to the bottom of the page to see a statement of compliance with the law for the models used in the imagery or video content on the site. Be careful: Often there may be a statement of indemnity whereby the site administrator states that images are the responsibility of the contributing sites that supply its content. This is very significant as this is an attempted disclaimer to deflect blame should a report of illegal or unacceptable content be discovered.
An example: Let’s say someone is browsing www.???.com with 20 images on the front page, all of them adult in nature. A click on one of the images opens a page containing pictures of young teenage girls. A person viewing these images would question their youth. A click on one of these images now oddly guides you to a page such as www.???.com/tgp/test.html. Notice the difference!
Now the images are of young girls that are post pubertal at best. The person browsing is now technically viewing child porn and the thumbnails of the images on the screens opened from now on are downloaded into the temporary Internet directory of your computer.
You do not need to be a rocket scientist to gather that you are looking at very young teenagers. The difficulties just mount from here on in. A lot of these sites come packed with an array of malicious software called spyware and trojan programs that will attempt to copy themselves to your computer, which is especially dangerous if you do not keep your antivirus software current.
A user may be overcome with pop-up pages from sites not directly selected that will display more illegal content. If the persons curiosity is stronger than common sense then they will continue to browse this new world, and each click of the mouse will have the potential to bring ever more illegal content right to the point of infants being sexually abused onto the computer.
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