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The process often begins when an offender gains access to a potential child victim and, through psychological manipulation and coercion, grooms the child for sexual exploitation.

Successful detection and prosecution of perpetrators requires advanced cybercrime investigative skills, criminal laws and procedures that secure cyber evidence and allow for prosecution of crimes committed online, specialized training for prosecutors and judges, cross-border law enforcement cooperation, and specialized care for child victims.Adult contains material of an adult nature relating to adult entertainment services.Before proceeding you must read, understand and agree to the following statements regarding Adult and the material within.Disturbingly, closed and highly protected online communities dedicated to the sexual abuse of children have proliferated.Children have been reported to be victims of this crime in Colombia, India, Mexico, the Philippines, Thailand, and the United States.Children, often naked, have been exploited on camera—including by family members or neighbors—and coerced into exhibiting themselves and performing sex acts for the viewing of individuals watching online.

In many cases, family members justify facilitating the online sexual exploitation by asserting that it is not harmful to the child, especially in cases where there is no direct physical contact with the child.

The girl's mother and father asked for $400 for use of the girl, which David said he eagerly paid. As he spoke, adult prostitutes mingled with foreigners in the hotel lobby as younger ones strolled the streets outside.

Costa Rican law allows only women 18 and older to work as prostitutes. Costa Rica, which in 1999 drew more than 1 million foreign visitors for the first time, is Central America's leading tourist destination.

Prostitution among the children who live and work on the streets of Latin America--their number has been estimated at up to 40 million--has long been a consequence of the region's poverty.

But as such countries as Guatemala, El Salvador, Costa Rica and Nicaragua step up efforts to promote their beaches, volcanoes and natural beauty as tourist destinations, they attract greater numbers of men from North America, Europe and other Latin American countries looking for sex with children.

Many countries, including Australia, Britain, Canada, the Netherlands, the Philippines, and the United States, have prosecuted perpetrators—both paying clients and offenders who facilitate the exploitation of the child.