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It said the 38-year-old Dutch citizen had then "abused that trust by forcing them to perform sexual acts before their webcams".It added: "If they refused to do it again, he threatened to send their images to their relatives or to publish them on pornography sites.” found guilty of internet fraud and blackmail and sentenced to 10 years and 243 days in prison.But now, thanks in part to a million grant from Google, a group of three anti-trafficking organizations–Polaris in the U.S., La Strada International in Eastern Europe, and Liberty Asia–are using innovative technology from big data partners Palantir and to launch The Global Human Trafficking Hotline Network, which aims to turn the tide in the fight against modern-day slavery.“The traffickers are very savvy on the use of technology and the good guys need to get more savvy.To put that figure in perspective, that’s the equivalent of the entire populations of New York City, London, and Singapore combined.
The man, who is identified only by his first name because of privacy laws in the Netherlands, was arrested in January 2014 after police were alerted by Facebook.
We need to enable them to use the tools of the 21st century to take this on.”That’s what Jacquelline Fuller, Director of Google Giving, tells me when I ask her how software can help fight trafficking.
Fuller’s interest in trafficking stemmed from her time at the Gates Foundation.
They have no clue that it goes on in big American cities, and in suburbs, and at truck stops across the country.
The latest estimates about human trafficking, which include individuals held against their will in the sex trade and forced laborers in agricultural, industrial, and manufacturing settings, are that at least 21 million people on the planet are currently in slavery.In Krakow while researching sex trafficking, I was assaulted and told to leave the city or I would be killed.