Police Crack Internet Child Porn Ring as Child Pornography and the Law Clash
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For those of you who wonder why people make child pornography videos, it’s because it pays. Fortunately, child pornography and the law don’t mix. While people may try to find countries that allow people to sell child pornography videos, child pornography is illegal virtually everywhere.

Incredibly, however, there is a disgustingly large market for child pornography videos, and that’s why people make them. Because people want it. And people will pay for it.


Fortunately, more and more countries are cooperating in the effort to crack down on child pornography, particularly with the Internet making it so much easier to create and distribute.

Last week, police took down a child pornography ring which boasted 2,500 customers in 19 countries. The sting netted 92 arrests, and police have identified as many as 23 child victims, with ages ranging from 9 to 16 years old.

Unfortunately, not all countries are as cooperative and ready to crack down on this heinous activity. Some countries, such as Cambodia, are still notorious for their lax laws, and even more lax law enforcement, when it comes to child sexual abuse.

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