Essay Preview: Malcolm X
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Imagine this child alone in its room playing on the computer out of the blue, “Hello whats your name?” appear on the computer screen. There is a stranger now in your child room without you knowing it. What can you do? We protect our kids from strangers in the streets by telling them not to go with them or not to talk to them. But, how can we protect them from strangers on the computer.
Children have always been vulnerable to victimization. Their trusting natures and naivete make them perfect targets for perpetrators both people they know and these they dont. Youth are often curious and eager to try new things. Many youth struggle with issues of rebellion, independence, seek attention, and affection from people outside the home, often by using computers. An estimated 10 million children are using the internet.
This year above approximately 77 million kids will be online, with so many children online, todays predators, the internet is a new, effective, and more anonymous way to seek out and groom children for criminal purposes such as producing and distributing child pornography, contacting and stalking children for the purpose of engaging in sexual tourism for personal and commercial purposes.
These internet crimes present complex new challenges for law enforcement agencies and victim service providers with regards to investigating crimes, collecting evidence, identifying and apprehending offenders, and assisting child victims and their families. The topic that we will be discussing it in this ⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪⨪