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La tratta e lo sfruttamento sessuale dei bambini nell’ambito della tecnologia digitale

La tratta e lo sfruttamento sessuale dei bambini nell’ambito della tecnologia digitale

 

Publication series:
Miscellanea

No. of pages: 8

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Abstract

Il progressivo aumento in tutto il mondo dell’accesso alle tecnologie dell'informazione e della comunicazione (TIC) ha implicazioni nell’ambito della tratta e dello sfruttamento sessuale dei bambini. Le TIC più popolari, come i telefoni cellulari e internet, sono diventate strumenti e/o ausili per svariati crimini ai danni dei minori, quali la produzione e la diffusione di materiale pedopornografico , il favoreggiamento della prostituzione minorile , lo sfruttamento sessuale, il traffico di organi, le adozioni illegali, la tratta di bambini per il lavoro forzato, e l'adescamento a fini sessuali.
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Italian

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