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Cops save girl, 4, seen being abused in sick Dark Web clips, after victim’s mum turns man over to police

A man has been arrested after police released photos of a four-year-old girl spotted in a child abuse video on the Dark Web.

The girl’s mother and grandparents alerted police hours after German authorities took the unusual step of sharing images of the young victim in a last ditch attempt to identify her.

Police said she was subjected to “serious sexual abuse” between October last year and July this year

Vile pictures of her suffering were uploaded to the Dark Web by her tormentor, which were reportedly so horrific they left long-serving officers seriously distressed.

Chief prosecutor Georg Ungefuk from the Central Office for Combating Cyber Crime said: “(The man arrested) is a German citizen and is being questioned.

The images were released by detectives in a desperate bid to identify the unknown victim
(Image: BKA)

Cops SAVE little girl, 4, seen abused in Dark Web paedo vids and arrest man after he was turned in by victim’s mum

GERMAN cops have arrested a man in the case of a four-year-old girl discovered being abused on the Dark Net.

He was turned in by the girl’s mum and grandparents after authorities took the unusual step of going public with images of the young victim yesterday in a bid to identify her.

 Police in Germany released images of a girl who had been filmed being abused in sick paedophile videos found on the dark web
Police in Germany released images of a girl who had been filmed being abused in sick paedophile videos found on the dark web

Before midnight yesterday both victim and abuser had been identified and a man is now in custody. Authorities are set to release more information about the case during the course of the day.

The photos of the female victim were released with an

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Cyber bullying: the vile messages that came to light after teen took her own life

“Go kill urself hahahaha.” That is just one of the comments sent to 15-year-old Alatauai Sasa in the months and weeks before her death.

The Wellington teenager took her own life on June 19, 2013, but more than four years on the words encouraging her to do it remain online for all to see.

Messages of support from friends dot the anonymous question site Qooh.me, but so do the comments telling Sasa the world is an awful place with her there, or telling her she deserved the bullying.

“Go kill yourself baby,” said another message. “You’re depressed . . . if you’re depressed easiest thing is to escape this world. DO IT! xxx.”

Sasa was rushed to hospital from her school, St Catherine’s College, on the day of her death, but doctors were unable to revive her, coroner Peter

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Snapchat warning from cyber crime cops after photos of teenagers shared online

Detectives have issued a warning to Snapchat users after receiving reports private photos have been shared online without their knowledge or consent.

Cleveland Police has had reports of four incidents where photographs have been taken from the social media app and published without permission.

It says the victims in these cases are often teenagers who have either sent selfies to a new romantic contact or taken selfies of themselves in a state of undress to track weight loss or fitness progress.

Some photographs have been shared online without permission after a user has sent a picture to a friend or allowed a friend to take a picture, and this friend has then had their account hacked.

Cybercrime detectives are aware of websites and forums, often created in foreign countries, which are solely dedicated to the sharing of photographs of young men and women who have not agreed

On many occasions visitors

Read more at: http://www.hartlepoolmail.co.uk/news/snapchat-warning-from-cyber-crime-cops-after-photos-of-teenagers-shared-online-1-8773029

Snapchat warning from cyber crime cops after photos of teenagers …

Detectives have issued a warning to Snapchat users after receiving reports private photos have been shared online without their knowledge or consent.

Cleveland Police has had reports of four incidents where photographs have been taken from the social media app and published without permission.

It says the victims in these cases are often teenagers who have either sent selfies to a new romantic contact or taken selfies of themselves in a state of undress to track weight loss or fitness progress.

Some photographs have been shared online without permission after a user has sent a picture to a friend or allowed a friend to take a picture, and this friend has then had their account hacked.

Cybercrime detectives are aware of websites and forums, often created in foreign countries, which are solely dedicated to the sharing of photographs of young men and women who have not agreed

On many occasions visitors

Read more at: http://www.hartlepoolmail.co.uk/news/snapchat-warning-from-cyber-crime-cops-after-photos-of-teenagers-shared-online-1-8773029

After Coming Under Fire, SEC Announces Initiatives for Tackling Cyber-Crime

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‘Loophole laywer’ who specialises in driving offences escapes jail after telling judge her daughter is a victim of …

She left the firm after her first drink driving conviction and has since been working as a consultant for a different practice, where she deals with “all the motoring law problems”, according to her LinkedIn profile.

In a personal plea to JPs, she wiped tears away and said: “A number of matters came together all at one, and it was the culmination of a very difficult two years – I can’t begin to tell you how difficult that was.

“I wish that I could turn the clock back but it was something that happened because of things that were going on in my personal life. It’s not something that will happen again. I have been therapy and it’s working well. I am asking for leniency.”

Passing sentence magistrate Richard Lenderyou told Dugdale: “This could have resulted in a custodial sentence but we have decided against that after taking everything into account.”

Read more at: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/09/25/loophole-laywer-specialises-driving-offences-escapes-jail-telling/

Mumbai: After journalist, another person summoned in cyber crime case


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Mumbai: After journalist, another person summoned in cyber crime …


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