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Resource ID: #28748
Subject: Sexual Abuse
Source: Michael H. Keller, Gabriel J.X. Dance and Nellie Bowles
Affiliation: The New York Times
Date: 2019-12-01



Online child sexual abuse imagery, commonly known as child pornography, has grown exponentially over the past decade, fueled by an unchecked criminal underworld and enabled by complacent technology companies, an inattentive federal government and overwhelmed law enforcement officials, The New York Times found.

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