A man who blackmailed dozens of young women into performing sex acts in front of webcams has been jailed for almost 11 years.Ayden C “abused dozens of young girls by gaining their trust through speaking with them on the internet", according to a ruling at an Amsterdam court.Terre des Hommes then gave law enforcement officials the names of 1,000 predators from more than 65 countries, most of whom were from the United States, Britain and India.Terre des Hommes posted this video explaining their methods and to show how easy it can be to hunt down webcam sex predators.Photographs of the teenager’s breasts had been published online, and shortly before her death she posted a video on You Tube describing how she had been victimised by cyber-bullies.
The organization, Terre des Hommes, designed the virtual child so that, on screen, it looked and moved like a real 10-year-old Filipino girl.
The group worked remotely in a warehouse in Amsterdam and posed as Sweetie by signing in to public sex cam chat rooms.
Over 10 weeks, the realistic avatar was solicited by more than 20,000 sexual predators.
What began as a quick and sexy way to earn some extra cash spirals out of control as they enter a world of dangerous excess, violent threats from unhinged clients and bitter rivalries with one another.
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In effort to pressure government agencies to go after these criminals, the group is now collecting signatures for an online petition.