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Traffickers recruited vulnerable teens and coerced them to work in bars or clubs.

The report says: In the majority of this research, Sweetie was not used.Furthermore, aside from the computer animation of Sweetie, which was an artistic rendition of a non-existent child, the researchers did not send or show any images of children to predators to convince them that they were speaking to prepubertal Filipino girls. They didn't even need to use a photo of a child to gain cred with the vast majority of these people.The report says this indicates "that predators can easily be identified using low-tech pro-active investigation techniques, even with very few resources." I point this out not to chastise my fellow Web journalists -- I completely relate to not always having the time to read an entire report before deadline -- but rather to highlight how completely unafraid these alleged predators are of being caught.Only, contrary to most reports -- see: "This virtual 10-year-old-girl just outed 1000 sexual predators," along with many other misleading headlines -- this virtual girl did not take down 1,000 predators.The media race to the little-girl-gets-bad-guys story line -- which comes with the added appeal of technology being used to combat the very evils that it allows -- passed over two important facts: 1) "Webcam child sex tourism" is not only , but it's a phenomenon that has exploded in the last year, and 2) a virtual avatar wasn't even needed to snare most of these men and one woman.Please contact us if you have found inappropriate content.

Cybersex trafficking is a form of modern slavery that was unimaginable before the digital age.

Cybersex trafficking is the live sexual abuse of children streamed via the internet, set up by adults who receive online payments from predators and pedophiles located anywhere in the world.

Before the internet, customers had to travel to the Philippines.

Yesterday, the Internet exploded with news that a computer-generated 10-year-old girl had been used to nab 1,000 child predators.

It's true, child-rights group Terre des Hommes Netherlands impressively developed a virtual girl nicknamed "Sweetie" and through a sting identified many men, and one woman, who expressed interest in an explicit webcam chat with an underage girl.

Poverty combined with the rise of cheap, high speed internet access has turned the country into the hub of a billion-dollar cyber sex industry with tens of thousands of girls being exposed to sexual abuse.