Online cyber sex
It was specifically for these crimes that victims proved to be young, with a median age of 14 and nearly three-quarters of those affected under 16.
For all the entire category of "other sex crimes", nearly four-fifths of victims were female and three-fifths were under 16, while the vast majority of perpetrators were male.
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Cybersex is a subcategory of online sexual activities (OSA) and is defined as when two or more people are engaging in sexual talk while online for the purposes of sexual pleasure and may or may not include masturbation.
Cybersex is a growing phenomenon with a significant impact on participants but very little research has been done on this subject to date.
The number of rapes recorded in 2016-17 was up, but only very slightly.However, the category of "other sex crimes", which includes many cyber-enabled offences, rose by 50 per cent from 2,901 in 2013/14 to 4,360 by 2016/17.The research estimates around half of the growth in all sexual crimes recorded by the police over the period is due to growth in cyber-enabled offences."We're now in a situation where criminals know they literally have a 50/50 chance of getting away with their illegal activity." Readers’ comments: You are personally liable for the content of any comments you upload to this website, so please act responsibly.
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