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But I don't think what got adequately publicized was not all of these are hardened Internet predators who are making the solicitations.We in fact don't know, but considerable numbers of them are undoubtedly coming from other kids, or just people who are acting weird online. We have this idea that these Internet pedophiles are targeting young children through the online hookup, that they've moved into your living room, that they're misleading kids by pretending to be other kids and getting them to give out personal information.We are free dating website, with most dating members from UK & US looking for speed dating.To start dating its quite simple register, login, search profile, send messages, recieve messages and make new friends.Here is our Free Online Chat Rooms and another chat room, Chatting and Uk Chatter Box alternative. Children can play, learn, create and connect - opening up a whole world of exciting possibilities.We have, at one time, over 200 FBI agents working this crime problem full-time nationwide. [When you talk about "matching wits," what do you mean, in terms of the predators' techniques? Based on my experience, the sexual predator online will try to become the confidante or friend, confessor of the victim.Here in Los Angeles, there's a very aggressive multi-agency task force. Many just think that they're smarter than anyone else and they know how to handle it. They'll go into Web sites, they'll go places on the Internet where they know maybe vulnerable children are located; for instance, chatrooms dealing with loss, chatrooms dealing with skateboarding, pets, mourning.

That's really not what's going on in most of these crimes. First of all, these crimes primarily involve adolescents; very few [involve] young children.

But again the ages of these victims are anywhere from 13 to 15, 16 years old. They have all the time in the world; they'll spend all night. That's all they do; it's their full-time job is to find children on the Internet. [How can you communicate the risk to parents without causing hysteria? I'm surprised at the number of times I go to give school presentations or parent group presentations when the parents say, "I didn't know that; I had no idea that you could check the history of their online usage.

These children have not developed a mental capacity to match wits with a 40-year-old adult who's been doing this for the last 15 years, targeting children online. I had no idea that my child was a member of this social networking site or had this screen name or had this profile." They just don't know. We interview teenage victims; we interview teenage non-victims.

These crimes do not involve stalking or abduction or violence.

The teenagers generally know or find out fairly quickly that they are talking to an adult who is interested in sex, but they continue the conversation.

back in 1993, based on the abduction of an 11-year-old boy in Prince George's County, Md.

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