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“Being thousands of miles away makes no difference to their guilt.

In my mind they are just as responsible for the abuse of these children as the contact abusers overseas.

The operation, which spans 12 countries, is focused on what the National Crime Agency calls “a significant and emerging threat”.

Andy Baker, deputy director of the National Crime Agency’s CEOP (Child Exploitation and Online Protection) Command, said: “This investigation has identified some extremely dangerous child sexual offenders who believed paying for children to be abused to order was something they could get away with.

It was just before midnight, and darkness permeated the surrounding narrow alleys as the officers entered with a search warrant.

Inside the small single room house, they found an unusual amount of computer equipment: laptops, webcams and a Wi-Fi router.

Authorities in the Philippines have rescued four girls and arrested a mother and two other women for allegedly livestreaming sexually exploitative videos of children to men paying by the minute to watch from the United States.

Three sisters ages 8, 9 and 12, and an 11-year-old found in a separate rescue, are now in a shelter for abused children while the women face prosecution.

The livestream abuse happens in many of Philippines’ densely populated, impoverished neighborhoods, said attorney Gideon Cauton, who works with the nonprofit International Justice Mission.

The organization provides social workers, shelters, lawyers and even former U. police detectives to local law enforcement, who don’t have enough resources to tackle all cases of online sexual exploitation of children.

“Protecting the victims of abuse is our priority and that means attacking every link in the chain, from dismantling the organised groups who are motivated by profit through to targeting their customers.” Of the 17 Britons arrested five have been convicted, nine investigations are ongoing, one required no further action and two individuals are dead.

The National Crime Agency said UK customers had paid over £5,000 to watch child abuse.

Today pocket Wi-Fi, cellphone internet and other technology have rendered those irrelevant, driving the crime even further behind the scenes. “Usually the family and community, they are complicit, and these are tight-knit communities, very dense areas.” In US, 8.2 million reports In the U.