Police seized his hard drives in a raid on his den in the Philippines and have used the material found to break into a web of paedophiles from across the globe, including Australians, Hulley told au.'The Philippines is definitely a hot spot for live streaming abuse of children,' Hulley told au.'Where there is a demand, organised crime are the experts in delivering supply.Now, that they are involved, these cyber dens are popping up all over the place in south east Asia.'Hulley, who helped law enforcement develop intelligence on Scully, said webcam sex tourism is on the up all over the world and called the Philippines 'ground zero.'He says this is because the country has good internet infrastructure – but many live in poverty." said Deakin, 53, bare-chested and slick with sweat, his breath sour and glasses foggy, his wrists bound with a zip tie.

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S., Canada, Europe and Australia pay facilitators on the other side of the world to sexually abuse children, directing their moves through online livestreaming services. Penciled on the wall, someone had scrawled "My Mom and Dad love me." In his computer were videos and images of young boys and girls engaged in sex acts.

(AP Photo) MABALACAT, Pampanga — The suspected pedophile could see people banging on his front door. "Why is everyone asking about children coming into my house?

A paedophile hunter who helped authorities snare Peter Scully says children are 'conditioned' to turn up to cybersex dens in the Philippines every day and obey instructions from predators around the globe.

Scully's capture was a huge blow to the billion-dollar business, according to Glen Hulley, who worked as an undercover cop in Victoria for 13 years before founding Project Karma – a charity that rescues exploited children and hunts child sex tourists.

"Regular verbal rumors can be really strong -- on some level it doesn't seem that different whether it's something written on a bathroom wall or talked about in school," said Rebecca Jeschke, spokeswoman for the Electronic Frontier Foundation. She told Jezebel magazine that fraternities and other men make similar lists about women all the time, but that she never meant to make hers public. I would never intentionally hurt the people that are mentioned on that," she told the magazine. I think people have come to expect that they can talk about sex online, and that that's appropriate.

"The difference is that [online] suddenly everybody gets it, in all the salacious detail." In the Duke case, the woman who made the list says she sent it to three friends. Propagating intimate details of someone's private life on the internet can demolish relationships and inflict psychological harm, said Gail Wyatt, director of the sexual health program at the University of California in Los Angeles. And it's really not." Facebook has become a breeding ground for leaking such info.

More than 80 percent of Americans own cell phones, and a smaller but growing number own smartphones.