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  • EDUCATION SYSTEM,  TRAFFICKING,  U.S.

    Netflix’s Cuties Drama Puts Pedophilia Issue Center Stage

    By James Fitzgerald The controversy that kicked off over a poster for a new Netflix film called “Cuties” has intensified after the release of the film on September 9 in the US exploded claims by the streaming service that the artwork did not reflect the film.   “Cuties is a social commentary against the sexualization of young children,” a Netflix spokeswoman told the Daily Caller on Thursday. “It’s an award winning film and a powerful story about the pressure young girls face on social media and from society more generally growing up – and we’d encourage anyone who cares about these important issues to watch the movie.” However, nearly 600,000 people have signed a Change.org petition titled, “Cancel Netflix Subscription”. The French film has also prompted the hashtag #CancelNetflix to trend on social media. Netflix stock dropped from $509 on Wednesday to $480 at mid-day on Friday — wiping several billion…

  • PedoGate,  TRAFFICKING

    Taking Down the Kingpin of Child Porn

    By The Sharp Edge The child pornography industry is more prevalent than most of us can even fathom.  In the case of Eric Marques, who ran a hosting service for numerous dark web child pornography and exploitation sites, an FBI investigation revealed that the hosting service housed more than 8.5 million photographs and videos of material involving the exploitation of children.   U.S. Attorney Robert K. Hur remarked, “This is an egregious case where one individual facilitated the abuse of more than a million new child victims and attempted to keep the abuse hidden on the dark web.”  An FBI agent on the case has dubbed Marques as, “the largest facilitator of child pornography on the planet.” A 2016 National Child Exploitation Threat Assessment reported that the child pornography industry has exploded with the increased globalization of the market, sophistication of encryption techniques, and the ability to evade detection using dark web…

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