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Future Of Prostitution Is Robots, Researchers Claim
2012-04-21 04:11:47

Lee Rannals for RedOrbit.com Researchers believe that one day prostitutes might lose their grip on the underground sex realm to robots. The slutty robots would become the apple of the eye for those wanting to partake in the sex-for-profit industry in 2050, according to Australian researchers Ian Yeoman, management professor, and Michelle Mars, sexologist. They wrote in a journal called Futures that they envision an Amsterdam sex club called "Yub-Yum" that is littered with robot...

2011-12-12 22:34:37

In today's world, human trafficking is not an isolated problem, but a growing global issue. A Kansas State University professor is studying ways that anti-trafficking groups are fighting back. "The focus of my research is not just to say how much sex trafficking is occurring, but how forms of it are changing," said Nadia Shapkina, assistant professor of sociology, who is looking at the geography, history and economic impact of trafficking. "The sex trade has been a global industry for a...

2011-01-04 09:37:00

The CyberTipline Serves as the Nation's 911 Reporting Mechanism For Sex Crimes Involving Children ALEXANDRIA, Va., Jan. 4, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The CyberTipline, the nation's reporting mechanism for suspected sexual exploitation of children, will receive its one millionth report this week. The CyberTipline is operated by the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC) which processes the reports of suspected sex crimes against children, some as young as two...

2008-08-20 00:00:16

By Deborah Orr It is estimated that worldwide, 1 million children are vulnerable to abuse by sex tourists Before Gary Glitter made his break for freedom in Thailand last night, Le Thanh Kinh, his Vietnamese lawyer, said that his client was looking forward to coming back to Britain now that his 27-month sentence for sex offences against girls of 11 and 12 is over. So the 64-year-old former pop star should be. Britain is the best place for him to be, and not just because of the free health...

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2007-10-19 12:00:00

By AMBIKA AHUJA BANGKOK, Thailand - A Canadian schoolteacher suspected of sexually abusing boys was arrested in rural Thailand and charged on Friday after an international manhunt that relied on digitally unscrambled photos and tips from the public. Police found 32-year-old Christopher Paul Neil after tracing the phone call of a Thai acquaintance who then led them to the house the two rented together, officials said at a news conference in Bangkok where Neil also was present. "I think he...

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2007-10-19 06:00:14

By Sutin Wannabovorn, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS BANGKOK, Thailand - A Canadian schoolteacher accused of sexually abusing over a dozen boys was arrested Friday in rural Thailand after an unprecedented public appeal from Interpol had turned him into the world's most wanted suspected pedophile. The suspect, 32-year-old Christopher Paul Neil, had been hiding in the town of a Thai friend who arranged some of his alleged sexual liaisons with boys, police said. "Bingo! We've got him," police Maj....

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2007-10-19 00:00:00

By SUTIN WANNABOVORN BANGKOK, Thailand - The Canadian schoolteacher who became the world's most wanted suspected pedophile was arrested by police Friday in northeastern Thailand, police said. "Bingo! We've got him," police Maj. Gen. Wimol Powintara told The Associated Press. The suspect, 32-year-old Christopher Paul Neil, was arrested in the northeastern province of Nakhon Ratchasima and was expected to be brought to the capital, Bangkok, later in the day, Wimol said. Neil was identified...

2006-01-25 15:02:10

By Adam Tanner SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - The U.S. government can prosecute Americans who travel abroad and engage in paid sex with children, a U.S. appeals court ruled on Wednesday. At issue before the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals was whether the U.S. Constitution's commerce clause, which gives Congress the power to regulate foreign trade, permits criminal sanctions against U.S. citizens paying for sex abroad. "We hold that Congress acted within the bounds of its constitutional...


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