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Emerging Patterns and Trends Report #1 Youth-Produced Sexual Content

Show simple item record Internet Watch Foundation 2015-04-01T14:19:46Z 2015-04-01T14:19:46Z 2015
dc.identifier.citation Internet Watch Foundation (2015). Emerging Patterns and Trends Report #1 Youth-Produced Sexual Content en_US
dc.description.abstract The results of the original study evidenced the messages delivered by child protection agencies regarding permanence of information on the internet and the risks inherent to young people in creating and distributing this type of content. The 2012 study is still widely quoted in the media and by stakeholders and commentators involved in the protection of young people online. At the time of publication it was proposed that the study be regularly repeated to enable trends in the distribution of self-generated sexual content featuring young people to be mapped and monitored. The purpose of the Study was therefore to: a) Update the research to provide a current picture of the situation; b) Incorporate recommendations of the initial 2012 study, and c) Respond to specific queries raised by stakeholders relating to data which is not currently available but which IWF may be able to provide – for example with regard to the age and gender breakdown of the individuals depicted and the severity of the content. en_US
dc.language.iso en_US en_US
dc.publisher Internet Watch Foundation en_US
dc.subject youth-produced sexual content en_US
dc.subject self-exploitation en_US
dc.subject internet en_US
dc.subject long term effects en_US
dc.subject sexting en_US
dc.title Emerging Patterns and Trends Report #1 Youth-Produced Sexual Content en_US
dc.type Article en_US

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