FROM FIXED TO MOBILE INTERNET:

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FROM FIXED TO MOBILE INTERNET:

  1. 2. Background FKBKO ONCE COPINE Safe Borders Government Task Forces
  2. 3. Children’s Use of Communication Technologies: Chat and IM 1 in 10 report using IM 1 in 10 reporting attending face to face meeting ( 17 , aged 9-10 and 8 aged 11-12 went to meeting unaccompanied) 1 in 5 chat users reported engaging in conversations of a sexual nature 1 in 5 reported using chat on a regular basis
  3. 4. Children’s Use of Communication Technologies: Peer to Peer 1 in 10 reported using Peer-to-Peer applications A B 1 in 5 encountered offensive, disturbing and sexual material on P2P
  4. 5. Children’s Use of Mobile Phones 1 in 3 reported they own a mobile phone A B 9 in 10 report owning a Pay As You Go phone D Almost 1 in 5 report sending messages to phones via the Internet C 5 in 7 report using text messaging facilities on their phones
  5. 6. Exploitation Through the Internet Grooming: ‘If with intent to commit an offence, [a] person does an act which is more than merely preparatory to the commission of the offence... (section 1 of the Criminal Attempts Act 1981)’ Procurement: an offender approaches someone to persuade them to find a child for the offender to abuse Cyber rape: non-contact child sexual abuse conducted in virtual environments
  6. 7. Typology of Grooming Sexual phase Exclusivity phase Risk assessment phase Relationship forming phase Friendship forming phase Type of Grooming Victim selection methods
  7. 8. Cyber-sexploitation: Fantasy enactment Perception of mutuality Overt coercion / aggression Overt coercion / intimacy
  8. 9. Post-fantasy enactment Damage limitation Adjusting for age Hit and run
  9. 10. IRC and Web Chat IRC Chat Open Open Web Chat Two Open Web Chat One
  10. 11. Chat Room Screenshot
  11. 12. Peer to Peer Demonstration Open Peer to Peer
  12. 13. Peer to Peer
  13. 14. Peer to Peer Open Peer to Peer
  14. 15. 3G Phones
  15. 16. Programs of Education Audit of Internet safety web sites A FKBKO web based educational tools B Internet Proficiency scheme C
  16. 17. Front page of FKBKO.net
  17. 18. Screenshot of FKBKO.net
  18. 19. Screenshot of FKBKO.net
  19. 20. Screenshot of FKBKO.net
  20. 21. Using Netstat command
  21. 24. Results of Questionnaire
  22. 25. Implications for Programs of Education Utilise a measurement tool to determine children’s scales A Teaching Strategies B Differentiation C
  23. 26. What does 3G provide? Video footage – download, save and play again 1 Video calling 2 Sending MMS 30 times faster than GPRS 3 High Speed mobile Internet access 4
  24. 27. The Japanese Experience 83% of high school students in Japan own mobile phones A 1 in 5 of females and males report using dating sites B C 1 in 2 females and 1 in 4 males report attending face-to face meetings
  25. 28. Capabilities and Associated Risk Factors Risk Factors Vulnerability Exploitation Exposure Preparedness Unmonitored Scheduling Privacy Mobility
  26. 29. Pre-emptive Strategies Technical measures Product development Forensic Programs of research Policies and protocols Programs of education Mobile phones in classrooms Best practice
  27. 30. Knowledge Base Need for program of research to Investigate how children will be shortly using these new technologies “ ”
  28. 31. Ways forward Ways Forward Computer crime experts Internet architects Vision for the future
  29. 33. Digitised Version of Kids Speech A Virus Rap Open Kids Speech Open
  30. 34. Thank You [email_address]

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