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He immediately put me in touch with Russ Brown, the supervisor of the FBI Cyber Crimes Division in Boston.
Traveling to the wrong place can bring very real tragedy and horror to a family, and traveling there is as simple as typing in the wrong word into that little square box.My first question was the most pressing – what are the 2 or 3 most significant threats to children on the Internet?Russ didn’t even pause before answering.“The two most significant threats are predators exploiting children for the production of child pornography, and predators grooming children for direct contact exploitation.When it comes to the problem of child pornography and child predators, things have only gotten worse.According to a published in April of 2012, arrests for possession of child pornography increased by over 30% from 2006 to 2009, a trend that paralleled the growth of peer-to-peer file sharing technologies. Poking a stick at the boogie man that lies in wait underneath the bed is one of those things that never turn out good for the protagonist in horror movies.To better understand the reality of this issue, I decided to go straight to the federal agency responsible for investigating these cases – the very heroes that often bust down those doors and save young victims from their captors.
I first approached Boston FBI media coordinator Special Agent Greg Comcowich in July of 2012 to see if he could help put me in touch with someone that could assist with this story. He said that this was a topic that is very important to the FBI right now, and one that they work tirelessly to inform the public about.
It’s become a dangerous doorway through which far too many children have slipped through, never to return.
There are more cases of children getting abducted and exploited then you might want to believe.
We live in a world where every home is tapped into a vast sea of information, images, videos and more.
You only have to say the right word – any word – and your every desire will be delivered. It’s Google, Bing, and every other search engine on the Internet.
In 2002 on New Year’s Day, 13 year old Alicia Kozakiewicz was abducted by Scott Tyree and held in his sadistic basement lair for four days.