The number of cases of child abuse on the Internet increased significantly during the coronavirus pandemic, Europol announced today.

Since the beginning of the pandemic in March, the perpetrators have been searching the materials more intensively on the Internet, said the director of Europol, Catherine de Bolle.

Since the beginning of the pandemic in March, the perpetrators have been searching the materials on the Internet more intensively. 

She also warned that the perpetrators were more likely to try to get in direct contact with children who spend a lot more time online without supervision due to the closure.

“We’re seeing a big increase in that kind of child abuse,” De Boyle said.

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Miranda Novell
Studied Psychology of Human Sex. I have a long history of working with Aphrodisiacs in the Middle-East, Serbia, Nigeria, Burkina Faso, Ethiopia, Kenya, and Guatemala. Writing for column 'Pink' on The Eastern Herald.