1.5 Million stumble on child pornography

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posted on Mar, 18 2013 @ 01:04 AM
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I'm not even sure how that can happen unless you are actively searching for disturbing pornography, or am I being naive?


You're being naive. There are a number of well known websites (some far more popular than ATS) that have a problem with people posting child pornography (not just 4chan). It gets taken down in short order, but no website is really safe from it. Anyone so inclined could easily post that filth to ATS, and most likely have a few people view it before it was taken down.

The crap I've seen was never the result of searching for naughty adult related material. It was strolling around various sites, link chasing and getting off the beaten (if you will) path. You're not going to see anything horrifying on Facebook, save for all the people on Facebook. The internet is HUGE though, and if you get the itch to explore you might find something awful from time to time. Be wary of people that stream pirated movies.




posted on Mar, 18 2013 @ 05:02 AM
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Originally posted by kingears

1.5 Million stumble on child pornography


metro.co.uk

Up to 1.5million people in Britain are feared to have accidentally stumbled across images of child abuse online.

Four per cent of men and two per cent of women say have come into contact with such material, a survey has suggested.
(visit the link for the full news article)



Ask for the evidence, who did the study. on what basis they classify an image as porn and on what basis did they classify a child. Where and how was their survey carried out. etc. I say BS to this.

I to have surfed the net for several years now and I have never had this expereince. This is the porn version of the attempt to take guns away from the Americians but in the UK.

This is coming to a country near you..



posted on Mar, 18 2013 @ 06:43 AM
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Originally posted by metalholic
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Wheres the statistics on how many reported it?



I cannot give you information that I do not have.


King



posted on Mar, 18 2013 @ 08:03 AM
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I'm guessing that maybe I've just been lucky. I have never run across anything on the web even remotely resembling child pornography, although I have run across other kinds of porn that would make your hair curl! I guess maybe it's because I've never been to the "dark net" or any of the websites that some have mentioned here. As I am constantly searching child related stuff for my grandkid I guess it is just good fortune that I haven't stumbled upon anything like that because I have no doubts it would freak me out!



posted on Mar, 18 2013 @ 08:27 AM
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There is also these illegal content on line, even on the shallow web, and if you search for regular content, you will com across illegal as well but we just don't know sometimes.

If the victim is a 8 yrs old, we can easily notice but if its a 15yr old, its pretty impossible.

About deep web, from what i heard and researched, it is full of illegal porn, weapons dealing, drug selling, hit men for hire, bomb making recipes, crooked cops for hire... and also "good things" like activism, wiki leaks, etc...the whole Palestinian/Israel bombing and dead children were first put in deep web.

Illegal Contents are sometimes FBI sting operations, they will wait for people to get the bait, than put you on watch list. No programs are safe, they will somehow how trace you back, even with the notorious TOR browser.

I have no "digital balls" to go there, not planning to screw my life up lol. I would not go there unless i have some terminally ill disease and will be dead in 10 days, just to satisfy the curiosity that everyone speaks of.. about 90% of the internet is there... we only see 10% of it.
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posted on Mar, 18 2013 @ 08:42 AM
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TOR browser is not safe, yes it will prevent you from getting tracked by local people/novice hackers but.. anything can be traced, it just need more time. Tor is not 100% because it leaves trace on exit nodes..so you can go thru bunch of linked PCs to hide your IP, but, you will need to "exit(view)" out the content someway..and that's how they trace you... so yeah if the FBI wanted, they can trace you, just that it will take them a tad bit longer to trace you.

But its true tho.... Humans are curious, when you tell them they can't have it, it will make them look for it more furiously.

But going there and access unwanted stuff can land you in jail(the bad jail, one you wish you didn't go) or even get killed(if you started "dealing" with someone there).
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