In total, during the first ten weeks of the project, “Sweetie” was contacted by 20,172 people, all hoping to see her sexually exploited .Their numbers overwhelmed the researchers, who were forced to ignore the vast majority of requests in order to focus on the 1,000 they were able to identify.The group says their effort proves that in the hands of law enforcement officers and governments with greater resources, “Sweetie” could be a valuable tool to crack down on webcam child sex tourism – something that Guyt argues is shockingly under-prosecuted.
"He never interpreted my removal of his hands from my body as a 'no'.
The alleged predators were identified using a combination of personal information they willingly offered researchers posing as “Sweetie” during the course of their chats, and freely available information researchers were subsequently able to find online, such as social media accounts and discussion forum postings.
But the researchers said the 1,000 people whose identities were uncovered and turned over to authorities represent only a fraction of those who attempted to solicit “Sweetie” for sex acts on video.
AMSTERDAM, The Netherlands, November 15, 2013 (Life Site News.com) – The requests come in by the dozens the moment the little girl signs on: Grown men, lurking in chat rooms, hoping she’ll give them a show.
Her screenname is “10 f Philippines,” a reference to her age, sex, and location.