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As it is well known the transition to information society has not only positive sides and impact. Many of the negative effects of this transition concern to a high extent the children who are among the most active users of Internet.

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One of the aims of the project “Internet and Child Rights” was to increase the awareness of students, teachers, parents and library workers in the field of child rights in the Information Society.

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PROGRAM OF ACTIONS

To be able to carry out this kind of special law enforcement undertaking, the PNP ACG introduced the herein program of action focused primarily on Internet based-abuses, to wit;

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PHILIPPINE NATIONAL POLICE ANTI-CYBERCRIME GROUP COPYRIGHT 2014

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PROGRAM OF ACTIONS

To be able to carry out this kind of special law enforcement undertaking, the PNP ACG introduced the herein program of action focused primarily on Internet based-abuses, to wit;

a.     Public  Awareness –  We want to increase our presence to the community by holding seminars and lectures to different foras, distribution of IEC materials, and involvement to quad-media activities.

b.     Capacity and Capability Building – We will increase the capacity of our investigators and operatives to help them respond in cybercrimes as well as upgrade the capability of the Women and Children Protection Section to effectively and efficiently carry out our duties and responsibilities leading to increase in conviction rate.

c.     Police Interventions – We will create and activate an Operations Center (OPCENT) that will serve as the center of coordination among key players of all information and Internet-based concerns, and evidence.

d.     Partnership and Cooperation with Stakeholders – We will strengthen our partnership among our local and international stakeholders coming from the community, media, academe, judiciary sector, NGOs, related government agencies, youth organization, religious groups, ISPs, IACACP, and other related institutions to make sure that all efforts of the PNP on cybercrime against women and children will be aligned with each other.

 

TYPES OF CYBER DANGERS TO CHILDREN

a. Internet Addiction. 
It is characterized by child’s strong desire to be online that affects their normal activities such as spending time with their friends and families.

b. Cyber Bullying.
It is an act of being cruel to others by sending or posting harmful material or engaging in any form of social cruelty using Internet or other digital technology.

c. Cyber Stalking.
This act is very hard to identify, track and capture.   A cyber stalker steals identity to lure victim for evil intentions through social networking, biography and family websites.

d. Cyber Trafficking.
Trafficking in person is the recruitment, transportation, transfer or harboring of recipient of persons with or without victims consent or knowledge, within or across national borders by means of threat, coercion, abduction, deception or abuse of power for the purpose of exploitation or prostitution of others or other form of sexual exploitation, forced labor or services.

e. Child Pornography.
Considered as the most disgusting and serious crime in the cyberspace.  It is accessible and cheaper to produce and disseminates images of child abuse materials to hundreds of thousands of individuals in the world.


f. On-line Gambling. 
This type can also be attributed to online gaming that is prone for cyber bullying, harassment, hate speech, and gambling.