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14-Mar-2016 01:22

Current legislation only places restrictions on chat rooms that are specifically targeted at children.

Legislation is needed regarding the advertising of adult chat rooms and the measures required preventing children from accessing these.

(SBU) Summary: The cybersex industry continues to grow in the Philippines, spurred on by the increasing availability of broadband Internet connectivity, foreign demand, and difficulty in prosecuting operators.

According to NGO sources, the majority of cybersex customers are located in the U. Reliable statistics on the number of cybersex dens in the Philippines are not available, due to the clandestine nature of the operations, but contacts in law enforcement and NGOs estimate cybersex to be a multi-million dollar industry that has spread throughout the country.

The research also revealed that advertised age-restrictions were not adequately enforced; terms and conditions were difficult to find and not included as part of the registration process; under-age chatters were not removed from the chat rooms; few chat rooms had an easy accessible ‘report abuse’ process; and content was often inappropriate for the advertised age limit.

discovered that it is far too easy for under-age internet users to gain access to a highly sexualised chat room environment.

In addition, categorisation of content into age-appropriate bands has not been applied effectively to the online environment, including the advertising of adult services.

An increasing number of people use the Internet for Online Sexual Activities (OSA).

This sexual revolution has resulted in both positive and negative aspects, enriching sexual functioning but also providing other risks for criminal, negative and harmful sexual conducts, or Online Sexual Problems (OSP).

The research also revealed that advertised age-restrictions were not adequately enforced; terms and conditions were difficult to find and not included as part of the registration process; under-age chatters were not removed from the chat rooms; few chat rooms had an easy accessible ‘report abuse’ process; and content was often inappropriate for the advertised age limit.discovered that it is far too easy for under-age internet users to gain access to a highly sexualised chat room environment.In addition, categorisation of content into age-appropriate bands has not been applied effectively to the online environment, including the advertising of adult services.An increasing number of people use the Internet for Online Sexual Activities (OSA).This sexual revolution has resulted in both positive and negative aspects, enriching sexual functioning but also providing other risks for criminal, negative and harmful sexual conducts, or Online Sexual Problems (OSP).Since 2003, police have raided operations in Manila, Quezon City, Angeles City (near the former Clark Air Base), Olongapo (near the former Subic Bay base), Cebu, Davao, and the beach resorts of Boracay and Puerto Galera. (U) Most cybersex businesses are small-scale operations consisting of several computers, with a few so-called performers often working out of non-descript apartment units.