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Quayle, E. at all. (2008). Child Pornography and Sexual Exploitation of Children Online. 128 p.

The paper examines the potential harms posed to children by the new technologies and how we might differentiate between sexual abuse, sexual exploitation and commercial sexual exploitation in the online environment. We argue that the new media blur the boundaries between these and provide a context that affords opportunities for both the abuse and the exploitation of children and by children. We consider what is known about adult offending activity online and those who engage in it, and the technologies used.

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