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GERMANY/
RTR2I1XF
September 08, 2010
Frank-Michael R. (L) covers his face as he awaits the trial at the district court in Darmstadt. September...
Darmstadt, Germany
Frank-Michael R. covers his face as he awaits the trial at the district court in Darmstadt
Frank-Michael R. (L) covers his face as he awaits the trial at the district court in Darmstadt. September 8, 2010. Nine persons are accused of sharing child pornography pictures in the internet. REUTERS/Alex Domanski (GERMANY - Tags: CRIME LAW)
GERMANY/
RTR2I1X7
September 08, 2010
Frank J. (L) arrives at the district court in Darmstadt, September 8, 2010. Nine persons are accused...
Darmstadt, Germany
Frank J. arrives at the district court in Darmstad
Frank J. (L) arrives at the district court in Darmstadt, September 8, 2010. Nine persons are accused of sharing child pornography pictures in the internet. REUTERS/Alex Domanski (GERMANY - Tags: CRIME LAW)
GERMANY/
RTR2I1X5
September 08, 2010
Frank-Michael R. covers his face as he awaits the trial at the district court in Darmstadt, September...
Darmstadt, Germany
Frank-Michael R. covers his face as he awaits the trial at the district court in Darmstadt
Frank-Michael R. covers his face as he awaits the trial at the district court in Darmstadt, September 8, 2010. Nine persons are accused of sharing child pornography pictures in the internet. REUTERS/Alex Domanski (GERMANY - Tags: CRIME LAW)
GERMANY/
RTR2I1X0
September 08, 2010
Frank J. awaits the start of his trial at the district court in Darmstadt, September 8, 2010. Nine persons...
Darmstadt, Germany
Frank J. awaits the start of his trial at the district court in Darmstadt
Frank J. awaits the start of his trial at the district court in Darmstadt, September 8, 2010. Nine persons are accused of sharing child pornography pictures in the internet. REUTERS/Alex Domanski (GERMANY - Tags: CRIME LAW)
GERMANY/
RTR2I1WZ
September 08, 2010
Frank J. (R) awaits the start of his trial at the district court in Darmstadt, September 8, 2010. Nine...
Darmstadt, Germany
Frank J. awaits the start of his trial at the district court in Darmstadt
Frank J. (R) awaits the start of his trial at the district court in Darmstadt, September 8, 2010. Nine persons are accused of sharing child pornography pictures in the internet. REUTERS/Alex Domanski (GERMANY - Tags: CRIME LAW)
GERMANY/
RTR2I1WP
September 08, 2010
Ludger G. awaits the start of his trial at the district court in Darmstadt. September 8, 2010. Nine persons...
Darmstadt, Germany
Ludger G. awaits the start of his trial at the district court in Darmstadt
Ludger G. awaits the start of his trial at the district court in Darmstadt. September 8, 2010. Nine persons are accused of sharing child pornography pictures in the internet. REUTERS/Alex Domanski (GERMANY - Tags: CRIME LAW)
GERMANY-PORNOGRAPHY/
RTXP455
September 30, 2009
Computer hardware seized by Austrian police is on display during a news conference in Vienna September...
Vienna, Austria
Computer hardware seized by Austrian police is on display during a news conference in Vienna
Computer hardware seized by Austrian police is on display during a news conference in Vienna September 30, 2009. Authorities in Switzerland, Austria, Spain, Bulgaria, Canada and the United States simultaneously carried out raids on Tuesday evening to break up an international child pornography ring that trafficked paedophile images on the Internet and sexually abused children. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA POLITICS CRIME LAW)
GERMANY-PORNOGRAPHY/
RTXP44Z
September 30, 2009
Austrian police investigator Harald Gremel displays a CD of their operation "Geisterwald" ("ghost forest")...
Vienna, Austria
Austrian police investigator Gremel displays a CD of their operation "Geisterwald" ("ghost forest") during...
Austrian police investigator Harald Gremel displays a CD of their operation "Geisterwald" ("ghost forest") during a news conference in Vienna September 30, 2009. Authorities in Switzerland, Austria, Spain, Bulgaria, Canada and the United States simultaneously carried out raids on Tuesday evening to break up an international child pornography ring that trafficked paedophile images on the Internet and sexually abused children. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA POLITICS CRIME LAW)
GERMANY-PORNOGRAPHY/
RTXP44S
September 30, 2009
Austrian police sexual offence department head Ewald Ebner addresses a news conference in Vienna September...
Vienna, Austria
Austrian police sexual offence department head Ebner addresses a news conference in Vienna
Austrian police sexual offence department head Ewald Ebner addresses a news conference in Vienna September 30, 2009. Authorities in Switzerland, Austria, Spain, Bulgaria, Canada and the United States simultaneously carried out raids on Tuesday evening to break up an international child pornography ring that trafficked paedophile images on the Internet and sexually abused children. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA POLITICS CRIME LAW)
CRIME/PREDATORS
RTR26M8A
August 12, 2009
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement special agent Don Daufenbach is interviewed in his Cyber Crimes...
Fairfax, UNITED STATES
To match feature CRIME/PREDATORS
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement special agent Don Daufenbach is interviewed in his Cyber Crimes Center's office in Fairfax, Virginia July 24, 2009. The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency is best known for its role securing the United States' physical borders against drug and human smugglers and traffickers. But it is now playing a key role securing the nation's "virtual frontier" against a surge in child pornography, sex tourism and trafficking in minors carried out over the Internet. Picture taken July 24, 2009. To match feature CRIME/PREDATORS REUTERS/Richard Clement (UNITED STATES POLITICS CRIME LAW)
CRIME/PREDATORS
RTR26M88
August 12, 2009
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement special agent Don Daufenbach poses at the entrance to the Cyber...
Fairfax, UNITED STATES
To match feature CRIME/PREDATORS
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement special agent Don Daufenbach poses at the entrance to the Cyber Crimes Center's offices in Fairfax, Virginia July 24, 2009. The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency is best known for its role securing the United States' physical borders against drug and human smugglers and traffickers. But it is now playing a key role securing the nation's "virtual frontier" against a surge in child pornography, sex tourism and trafficking in minors carried out over the Internet. Picture taken July 24, 2009. To match feature CRIME/PREDATORS REUTERS/Richard Clement (UNITED STATES POLITICS CRIME LAW)
CRIME/PREDATORS
RTR26M85
August 12, 2009
Cyber Crimes Center section chief Alex Khu, of the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, works in...
Fairfax, UNITED STATES
To match feature CRIME/PREDATORS
Cyber Crimes Center section chief Alex Khu, of the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, works in his office at the agency in Fairfax, Virginia July 24, 2009. The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency is best known for its role securing the United States' physical borders against drug and human smugglers and traffickers. But it is now playing a key role securing the nation's "virtual frontier" against a surge in child pornography, sex tourism and trafficking in minors carried out over the Internet. Picture taken July 24, 2009. To match feature CRIME/PREDATORS REUTERS/Richard Clement (UNITED STATES POLITICS CRIME LAW)
CRIME/PREDATORS
RTR26M81
August 12, 2009
Cyber Crimes Center section chief Alex Khu, of the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, talks about...
Fairfax, UNITED STATES
To match feature CRIME/PREDATORS
Cyber Crimes Center section chief Alex Khu, of the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, talks about worldwide internet usage at the agency in Fairfax, Virginia July 24, 2009. The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency is best known for its role securing the United States' physical borders against drug and human smugglers and traffickers. But it is now playing a key role securing the nation's "virtual frontier" against a surge in child pornography, sex tourism and trafficking in minors carried out over the Internet. Picture taken July 24, 2009. To match feature CRIME/PREDATORS REUTERS/Richard Clement (UNITED STATES POLITICS CRIME LAW)
CRIME/PREDATORS
RTR26M7Z
August 12, 2009
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement special agent Don Daufenbach poses at the entrance to the Cyber...
Fairfax, UNITED STATES
To match feature CRIME/PREDATORS
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement special agent Don Daufenbach poses at the entrance to the Cyber Crimes Center's offices in Fairfax, Virginia July 24, 2009. The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency is best known for its role securing the United States' physical borders against drug and human smugglers and traffickers. But it is now playing a key role securing the nation's "virtual frontier" against a surge in child pornography, sex tourism and trafficking in minors carried out over the Internet. Picture taken July 24, 2009. To match feature CRIME/PREDATORS REUTERS/Richard Clement (UNITED STATES CRIME LAW POLITICS)
AUSTRIA/
RTXCQWF
March 13, 2009
A Police officer of Austria's "Bundeskriminalmat" BKA looks through the belongings of a person suspected...
Vienna, Austria
A Police officer of Austria's "Bundeskriminalmat" BKA looks through the belongings of a person suspected...
A Police officer of Austria's "Bundeskriminalmat" BKA looks through the belongings of a person suspected to have purchased child pornography over the internet, after a news conference in Vienna March 13, 2009. Austrian authorities said on Friday, they checked an illegal internet site and found 935 persons suspected to have looked at child pornography online. REUTERS/Herwig Prammer (AUSTRIA)
AUSTRIA/
RTXCQWB
March 13, 2009
A Police officer of Austria's "Bundeskriminalmat" BKA looks through the belongings of a person suspected...
Vienna, Austria
A Police officer of Austria's "Bundeskriminalmat" BKA looks through the belongings of a person suspected...
A Police officer of Austria's "Bundeskriminalmat" BKA looks through the belongings of a person suspected to have purchased child pornography over the internet, after a news conference in Vienna March 13, 2009. Austrian authorities said on Friday, they checked an illegal internet site and found 935 persons suspected to have looked at child pornography online. REUTERS/Herwig Prammer (AUSTRIA CONFLICT SOCIETY)
AUSTRIA/
RTXCQUD
March 13, 2009
Police officer Erich Zwettler of the Austrian "Bundeskriminalamt" BKA talks to a journalist after a news...
Vienna, Austria
Police officer Erich Zwettler of the Austrian "Bundeskriminalamt" BKA talks to a journalist after a news...
Police officer Erich Zwettler of the Austrian "Bundeskriminalamt" BKA talks to a journalist after a news conference in Vienna March 13, 2009. Austrian authorities said on Friday, they checked an illegal internet site and found 935 persons suspected to have looked at child pornography online. REUTERS/Herwig Prammer (AUSTRIA CONFLICT SOCIETY)
GERMANY/
RTR1L0TP
January 09, 2007
Regional criminal office (Landeskriminalamt) officials kick open the door to the home of a person suspected...
Magdeburg, Germany
Regional criminal office officials kick open the door to the home of a person suspected to have purchased...
Regional criminal office (Landeskriminalamt) officials kick open the door to the home of a person suspected to have purchased child pornography over the internet, during a search in this undated handout photo released January 9, 2007. German authorities said on Tuesday, that with the help of credit card data agencies, they had checked 22 million credit card owner accounts nationwide for the monthly payment of 79.99 Dollars to an illegal internet site and found 322 persons suspected to have purchased child pornography online. REUTERS/Handout/LKA Sachsen-Anhalt/Akte07 (GERMANY) QUALITY FROM SOURCE
GERMANY/
RTR1L0TC
January 09, 2007
A regional criminal office (Landeskriminalamt) official looks through pictures belonging to a person...
Magdeburg, Germany
A regional criminal office official looks through pictures belonging to a person suspected to have purchased...
A regional criminal office (Landeskriminalamt) official looks through pictures belonging to a person suspected to have purchased child pornography over the internet, during a search in the persons home in this undated handout photo released in the eastern German city of Magdeburg January 9, 2007. German authorities said on Tuesday, that with the help of credit card data agencies, they had checked 22 million credit card owner accounts nationwide for the monthly payment of 79.99 Dollars to an illegal internet site and found 322 persons suspected to have purchased child pornography online. REUTERS/Handout/LKA Sachsen-Anhalt/Akte07 (GERMANY) QUALITY FROM SOURCE
GERMANY/
RTR1L0TB
January 09, 2007
Regional criminal office (Landeskriminalamt) officials looks through pictures belonging to a person suspected...
Magdeburg, Germany
Regional criminal office officials looks through pictures belonging to a person suspected to have purchased...
Regional criminal office (Landeskriminalamt) officials looks through pictures belonging to a person suspected to have purchased child pornography over the internet, during a search in the persons home in this undated handout photo released in the eastern German city of Magdeburg January 9, 2007. German authorities said on Tuesday, that with the help of credit card data agencies, they had checked 22 million credit card owner accounts nationwide for the monthly payment of 79.99 Dollars to an illegal internet site and found 322 persons suspected to have purchased child pornography online. REUTERS/Handout/LKA Sachsen-Anhalt/Akte07 (GERMANY) QUALITY FROM SOURCE
GERMANY/
RTR1L0T5
January 09, 2007
A regional criminal office (Landeskriminalamt) official looks through the belongings of a person suspected...
Magdeburg, Germany
A regional criminal office official looks through a suspects belongings
A regional criminal office (Landeskriminalamt) official looks through the belongings of a person suspected to have purchased child pornography over the internet, during a search in the persons home in this undated handout photo released January 9, 2007. German authorities said on Tuesday, that with the help of credit card data agencies, they had checked 22 million credit card owner accounts nationwide for the monthly payment of 79.99 Dollars to an illegal internet site and found 322 persons suspected to have purchased child pornography online. REUTERS/Handout/LKA Sachsen-Anhalt/Akte07 (GERMANY) QUALITY FROM SOURCE
GERMANY/
RTR1L0SZ
January 09, 2007
Saxony-Anhalt's Interior Minister Holger Hoevelmann addresses a news conference in the eastern German...
Magdeburg, Germany
Saxony-Anhalt's Interior Minister Hoevelmann addresses a news conference in the eastern German city of...
Saxony-Anhalt's Interior Minister Holger Hoevelmann addresses a news conference in the eastern German city of Magdeburg January 9, 2007. German authorities, with the help of credit card data agencies, checked 22 million credit card owner accounts nationwide for the monthly payment of 79.99 Dollars to an illegal internet site and found 322 persons suspected to have purchased child pornography online. Searches have subsequently been carried out in the homes of the suspects. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (GERMANY)
GERMANY/
RTR1L0SR
January 09, 2007
Saxony-Anhalt's Justice Minister Angela Kolb (R) addresses a news conference in the eastern German city...
Magdeburg, Germany
Saxony-Anhalt's Justice Minister Kolb addresses a news conference in the eastern German city of Magdeburg...
Saxony-Anhalt's Justice Minister Angela Kolb (R) addresses a news conference in the eastern German city of Magdeburg January 9, 2007. German authorities, with the help of credit card data agencies, have checked 22 million credit card owner accounts nationwide and found 322 persons suspected to have purchased child pornography over the internet. Searches have subsequently been carried out in the homes of the suspects. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (GERMANY)
GERMANY/
RTR1L0SO
January 09, 2007
Saxony-Anhalt's Interior Minister Holger Hoevelmann and Justice Minister Angela Kolb (R) address a news...
Magdeburg, Germany
Saxony-Anhalt's Interior Minister Hoevelmann and Justice Minister Kolb address a news conference in the...
Saxony-Anhalt's Interior Minister Holger Hoevelmann and Justice Minister Angela Kolb (R) address a news conference in the eastern German city of Magdeburg January 9, 2007. German authorities, with the help of credit card data agencies, have checked 22 million credit card owner accounts nationwide and found 322 persons suspected to have purchased child pornography over the internet. Searches have subsequently been carried out in the homes of the suspects. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (GERMANY)
CRIME PORNOGRAPHY
RTR1778N
March 15, 2006
U.S. Attorney General Alberto Gonzales (C) announces charges against twenty-seven participants around...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
US Attorney General Gonzales announces charges against twenty seven around world in Internet based child...
U.S. Attorney General Alberto Gonzales (C) announces charges against twenty-seven participants around the world in an Internet-based child pornography ring, in Chicago March 15, 2006. U.S. and Canadian law enforcement officials said on Wednesday they had cracked an international pornography ring that featured live molestations of children streamed over the Internet. REUTERS/John Gress
CRIME PORNOGRAPHY
RTR17788
March 15, 2006
U.S. Attorney General Alberto Gonzales (2nd L) answers questions after announcing charges against twenty-seven...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
US Attorney General Gonzales announces charges against twenty seven participants around world in Internet...
U.S. Attorney General Alberto Gonzales (2nd L) answers questions after announcing charges against twenty-seven participants around the world in an Internet-based child pornography ring as U.S. Attorney Patrick Fitzgerald (L), Assistant Secretary for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Julie Myers (2nd R) and Deputy Chief of the Toronto Police Service Tony Warr looks on, in Chicago March 15, 2006. U.S. and Canadian law enforcement officials said on Wednesday they had cracked an international pornography ring that featured live molestations of children streamed over the Internet. REUTERS/John Gress
CRIME PORNOGRAPHY
RTR17780
March 15, 2006
U.S. Attorney General Alberto Gonzales (C) announces charges against twenty-seven participants around...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
US Attorney General Gonzales announces charges against twenty seven around world in Internet based child...
U.S. Attorney General Alberto Gonzales (C) announces charges against twenty-seven participants around the world in an Internet-based child pornography ring as U.S. Attorney Patrick Fitzgerald (L) and Deputy Chief of the Toronto Police Service Tony Warr (R) looks on, in Chicago March 15, 2006. U.S. and Canadian law enforcement officials said on Wednesday they had cracked an international pornography ring that featured live molestations of children streamed over the Internet. REUTERS/John Gress
CRIME PORNOGRAPHY
RTR1777R
March 15, 2006
U.S. Attorney General Alberto Gonzales announces charges against twenty-seven participants around the...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
US Attorney General Gonzales announces charges against twenty seven participants around world in Internet...
U.S. Attorney General Alberto Gonzales announces charges against twenty-seven participants around the world in an Internet-based child pornography ring, in Chicago March 15, 2006. U.S. and Canadian law enforcement officials said on Wednesday they had cracked an international pornography ring that featured live molestations of children streamed over the Internet. REUTERS/John Gress
CRIME PORNOGRAPHY
RTR1777E
March 15, 2006
U.S. Attorney General Alberto Gonzales pauses as he announces charges against twenty-seven participants...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
US Attorney General Gonzales announces charges against twenty-seven participants around world in Internet-based...
U.S. Attorney General Alberto Gonzales pauses as he announces charges against twenty-seven participants around the world in an Internet-based child pornography ring, in Chicago March 15, 2006. U.S. and Canadian law enforcement officials said on Wednesday they had cracked an international pornography ring that featured live molestations of children streamed over the Internet. REUTERS/John Gress
CRIME PORNOGRAPHY
RTR1777A
March 15, 2006
Deputy Chief of the Toronto Police Service Tony Warr answers questions at a news conference as U.S. Attorney...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
Deputy Chief of Toronto Police Service Warr answers questions at news conference in Chicago
Deputy Chief of the Toronto Police Service Tony Warr answers questions at a news conference as U.S. Attorney General Alberto Gonzales (R) and Assistant Secretary for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Julie Myers look on, in Chicago March 15, 2006. The Attorney General announced charges against twenty-seven participants around the world in an Internet-based child pornography ring. REUTERS/John Gress
CRIME PORNOGRAPHY
RTR17773
March 15, 2006
U.S. Attorney General Alberto Gonzales announces charges against twenty-seven participants around the...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
US Attorney General Gonzales announces charges against twenty-seven participants around world in internet-based...
U.S. Attorney General Alberto Gonzales announces charges against twenty-seven participants around the world in an internet-based child pornography ring, in Chicago March 15, 2006. U.S. and Canadian law enforcement officials said on Wednesday they had cracked an international pornography ring that featured live molestations of children streamed over the Internet. REUTERS/John Gress
CRIME PORNOGRAPHY
RTR1776Y
March 15, 2006
U.S. Attorney General Alberto Gonzales (R) announces charges against twenty-seven participants around...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
US Attorney General Gonzales announces charges against twenty-seven participants around world in internet-based...
U.S. Attorney General Alberto Gonzales (R) announces charges against twenty-seven participants around the world in an internet-based child pornography ring as U.S. Attorney Patrick Fitzgerald (L) and Deputy Chief of the Toronto Police Service Tony Warr (C) looks on in Chicago March 15, 2006. U.S. and Canadian law enforcement officials said on Wednesday they had cracked an international pornography ring that featured live molestations of children streamed over the Internet. REUTERS/John Gress
SPAIN CRIME PORNOGRAPHY
RTR195QR
January 28, 2006
A Spanish policeman examines a computer screen during an investigation against child pornography in this...
Madrid, Spain
Spanish policeman examines computer screen during investigation against child pornography
A Spanish policeman examines a computer screen during an investigation against child pornography in this undated picture released by the Spanish Police January 28, 2006. Spanish police said on Saturday that they have arrested six people and shut down 62 international Internet communities that exchanged child pornography. REUTERS/Spanish Police/Handout
CAMBODIA
RTRIQLM
May 04, 2004
The luxury villa of disgraced British glam rock star Gary Glitter is seen on the outskirts of the Cambodian...
Phnom Penh, Cambodia
LUXURY VILLA OF DISGRACED BRITISH GLAM ROCK STAR GARY GLITTER IS SEEN ON THE OUTSKIRTS OF PHNOM PENH....
The luxury villa of disgraced British glam rock star Gary Glitter is seen on the outskirts of the Cambodian capital, Phnom Penh on May 4, 2004. Glitter, ordered out of Cambodia due to a conviction for possessing child porn, is fighting to stay in the country, officials said on Friday. Glitter, whose real name is Paul Francis Gadd, spent four months in a British jail in 1999 after being found guilty of downloading child pornography from the Internet. REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea CS/CP
CAMBODIA
RTRIQLC
May 04, 2004
The luxury villa of disgraced British glam rock star Gary Glitter is seen on the outskirts of the Cambodian...
Phnom Penh, Cambodia - Kingdom of
LUXURY VILLA OF DISGRACED BRITISH GLAM ROCK STAR GARY GLITTER IS SEEN ON THE OUTSKIRTS OF PHNOM PENH....
The luxury villa of disgraced British glam rock star Gary Glitter is seen on the outskirts of the Cambodian capital, Phnom Penh on May 4, 2004. Glitter, ordered out of Cambodia due to a conviction for possessing child porn, is fighting to stay in the country, officials said on Friday. Glitter, whose real name is Paul Francis Gadd, spent four months in a British jail in 1999 after being found guilty of downloading child pornography from the Internet. REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea CS/CP
USA
RTXMJY7
April 22, 2004
Nancy Anderson, (L) deputy general counsel at Microsoft shakes hands with Shelia C. Johnson after a news...
Washington, USA
Nancy Anderson, (L) deputy general counsel at Microsoft shakes hands with Shelia C. Johnson after a .....
Nancy Anderson, (L) deputy general counsel at Microsoft shakes hands with Shelia C. Johnson after a news conference in Washington D.C., April 22, 2004 where it was announced that Microsoft and Johnson have made a combined $1 million donation to the International Center for Missing & Exploited Children. [The money will be used in a global campaign against child pornography and to address the increasing use of the Internet to victimize young people.]
INTERNET PORN
RTRHZAR
April 22, 2004
Nancy Anderson, deputy general counsel for Microsoft talks to reporters at a news conference in Washington...
UNITED STATES
NANCY ANDERSON OF MICROSOFT TALKS AT NEWS CONFERENCE.
Nancy Anderson, deputy general counsel for Microsoft talks to reporters at a news conference in Washington D.C., April 22, 2004 where it was announced that Microsoft and philanthropist Sheila C. Johnson have made a combined $1 million donation to the International Center for Missing & Exploited Children. The money will be used in a global campaign against child pornography and to address the increasing use of the Internet to victimize young people. REUTERS/Jeff Christensen JC
INTERNET PORN
RTRHZAK
April 22, 2004
Nancy Anderson, (L) deputy general counsel at Microsoft shakes hands with Shelia C. Johnson after a news...
UNITED STATES
NANCY ANDERSON OF MICROSOFT MEETS SHELIA JOHNSON AT NEWS CONFERENCE.
Nancy Anderson, (L) deputy general counsel at Microsoft shakes hands with Shelia C. Johnson after a news conference in Washington D.C., April 22, 2004 where it was announced that Microsoft and Johnson have made a combined $1 million donation to the International Center for Missing & Exploited Children. The money will be used in a global campaign against child pornography and to address the increasing use of the Internet to victimize young people. REUTERS/Jeff Christensen JC/GAC
CRIME
RTRAC9K
January 15, 2004
U.S. Attorney Christopher Christie speaks at a news conference in Newark, New Jersey January 15, 2004,...
Newark
U.S. ATTORNEY CHRISTIE SPEAKS AT NEWS CONFERENCE IN NEWARK.
U.S. Attorney Christopher Christie speaks at a news conference in Newark, New Jersey January 15, 2004, about the arrest of over 30 people on federal charges relating to child pornography and money laundering. An Indictment was unsealed, charging a Belarus based child pornography enterprise and a Florida credit card billing service in a global Internet pornography and money laundering scheme involving thousands of paid memberships to some 50 pornography websites. REUTERS/Chip East CME/JDP
CRIME
RTRAC8K
January 15, 2004
U.S. Homeland Security Assistant Secretary Michael Garcia (L), watched by US Attorney Christopher Christie...
Newark
U.S. HOMELAND SECURITY'S GARCIA SPEAKS ABOUT ARREST OF OVER 30 PEOPLE.
U.S. Homeland Security Assistant Secretary Michael Garcia (L), watched by US Attorney Christopher Christie (R), speaks at a news conference in Newark, New Jersey January 15, 2004 following the arrest of over 30 people on federal charges relating to child pornography and money laundering. An indictment was unsealed, charging a Belarus based child pornography enterprise and a Florida credit card billing service in a global Internet pornography and money laundering scheme involving thousands of paid memberships to some 50 pornography websites. REUTERS/Chip East CME/JDP
KOBOW
RTXM7QR
September 26, 2003
Torsten Kobow, police chief inspector of Saxony Anhalt's state bureau of investigation and chief of the...
Magdeburg, Germany
Torsten Kobow, police chief inspector of Saxony Anhalt's state bureau of investigation and chief of .....
Torsten Kobow, police chief inspector of Saxony Anhalt's state bureau of investigation and chief of the international police operation "Marcy" displays a confiscated CD and video tape with child pornography to the media at his office in Magdeburg, about 130 kilometres west of [Berlin] on September 26, 2003. German investigators broke a worldwide child's porn ring,with investigations into 26.500 internet users in 166 countries.
GERMANY
RTR3OW4
September 26, 2003
Confiscated CDs, books and video tape with child pornography content
are on display at Saxony Anhalt's...
Magdeburg, Germany - FDR
CONFISCATED CDS, BOOKS AND VIDEO TAPES WITH CHILD PORNOGRAPHY ARE ON
DISPLAY FOR THE MEDIA IN MAGDEBURG....
Confiscated CDs, books and video tape with child pornography content
are on display at Saxony Anhalt's state police bureau of investigation
in Magdeburg, 130 kilometres west of Berlin September 26, 2003. German
investigators broke a worldwide child porn ring with investigations
into 26,500 internet users in 166 countries. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch

FAB/JOH
BRITAIN
RTRGH1J
January 13, 2003
Detectives remove articles from the home of British rock guitarist Pete
Townshend in Richmond, London,...
London, UK
POLICE REMOVE ARTICLES FROM THE HOUSE OF BRITISH GUITARTIST PETE
TOWNSHEND OF THE WHO IN RICHMOND.
Detectives remove articles from the home of British rock guitarist Pete
Townshend in Richmond, London, January 13, 2003. Townshend of The Who
was earlier escorted from his home by police after admitting to viewing
images of child pornography on the Internet. He has admitted to giving
his credit card details to see a child porn website, however he has
insisted that it was done for research. REUTERS/Michael Crabtree

MC/NMB
BRITAIN
RTRGH1D
January 13, 2003
Detectives remove articles from the home of British rock guitarist Pete
Townshend in Richmond, London,...
London, UK
POLICE REMOVE ARTICLES FROM THE HOUSE OF BRITISH GUITARTIST PETE
TOWNSHEND OF THE WHO IN RICHMOND.
Detectives remove articles from the home of British rock guitarist Pete
Townshend in Richmond, London, January 13, 2003. Townshend of The Who
was earlier escorted from his home by police after admitting to viewing
images of child pornography on the Internet. He has admitted to giving
his credit card details to see a child porn website, however he has
insisted that it was done for research. REUTERS/Michael Crabtree

MC/NMB
BRITAIN
RTRGH15
January 13, 2003
Detectives remove articles from the home of British rock guitarist Pete
Townshend in Richmond, London,...
London, UK
POLICE REMOVE ARTICLES FROM THE HOUSE OF BRITISH GUITARTIST PETE
TOWNSHEND OF THE WHO IN RICHMOND.
Detectives remove articles from the home of British rock guitarist Pete
Townshend in Richmond, London, January 13, 2003. Townshend of The Who
was earlier escorted from his home by police after admitting to viewing
images of child pornography on the Internet. He has admitted to giving
his credit card details to see a child porn website, however he has
insisted that it was done for research. REUTERS/Michael Crabtree

MC/NMB
BRITAIN
RTRGH0D
January 13, 2003
Police stand outside the home of British rock star Pete Townshend in
London before he was taken to Twickenham...
London, UK
POLICE STAND OUTSIDE THE HOUSE OF PETE TOWNSHEND IN LONDON.
Police stand outside the home of British rock star Pete Townshend in
London before he was taken to Twickenham Police Station January 13,
2003. Townshend of The Who was escorted from his home in Richmond,
London, by police, after admitting to viewing images of child
pornography on the Internet. He has admitted to giving his credit card
details to see a child porn website, however he has insisted that it
was done for research. REUTERS/Michael Crabtree

MC/JV
BRITAIN
RTRGH08
January 13, 2003
A police detective from Operation Ore is filmed as he shows his warrant
card before entering the home...
London, UK
POLICE ARRIVE TO SEARCH HOUSE OF BRITISH GUITARIST PETE TOWNSHEND IN
RICHMOND.
A police detective from Operation Ore is filmed as he shows his warrant
card before entering the home of British guitarist Pete Townshend of
The Who in the London suburb of Richmond January 13, 2003. Townshend is
to meet with police after admitting to viewing images of child
pornography on the Internet. Townshend has admitted to giving his
credit card details to see a child porn website, however he has
insisted that it was done so for research. REUTERS/Michael Crabtree

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BRITAIN
RTRGH01
January 13, 2003
Solicitor John Cohen answers questions from the media on behalf of
British guitarist Pete Townshend...
London, UK
SOLICITOR JOHN COHEN ANSWERS QUESTIONS ON BEHALF OF GUITARIST PETE
TOWNSHEND IN RICHMOND.
Solicitor John Cohen answers questions from the media on behalf of
British guitarist Pete Townshend of The Who in the London suburb of
Richmond January 13, 2003. Townshend is to meet with police after
admitting to viewing images of child pornography on the Internet.
Townshend has admitted to giving his credit card details to see a child
porn website, however he has insisted that it was done so for research.
REUTERS/Michael Crabtree

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BRITAIN
RTRGGZU
January 13, 2003
Detectives from Operation Ore arrive at the home of British guitarist
Pete Townshend of The Who in the...
London, UK
POLICE ARRIVE AT HOUSE OF BRITISH GUITARIST PETE TOWNSHEND IN RICHMOND.
Detectives from Operation Ore arrive at the home of British guitarist
Pete Townshend of The Who in the London of Richmond January 13, 2003.
Townshend is to meet with police after admitting to viewing images of
child pornography on the Internet. Townshend has admitted to giving his
credit card details to see a child porn website, however he has
insisted that it was done so for research. REUTERS/Michael Crabtree

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BRITAIN GLITTER
RTR895
January 11, 2000
Former British pop star Paul Gadd, professionally known as Gary Glitter, shows his emotions as he speaks...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
BRITISH POP STAR GARY GLITTER FACES THE PRESS IN LONDON.
Former British pop star Paul Gadd, professionally known as Gary Glitter, shows his emotions as he speaks to the press in Regents Park January 11. Gadd was released this morning from prison in Bristol after serving two months of a four month sentence for possession of child pornography downloaded from the internet.

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BRITAIN GLITTER
RTR88P
January 11, 2000
Former British pop star Paul Gadd, professionally known as Gary Glitter, shows his emotions as he speaks...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
BRITISH POP STAR GLITTER FACES THE PRESS IN LONDON'S REGENT PARK.
Former British pop star Paul Gadd, professionally known as Gary Glitter, shows his emotions as he speaks to the press in Regents Park January 11. Gadd was released this morning from prison in Bristol after serving two months of a four month sentence for possession of child pornography downloaded from the internet.

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BRITAIN GLITTER
RTR885
January 11, 2000
Former British pop star Paul Gadd, professionally known as Gary Glitter, leaves Regents Park by car after...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
FORMER POP STAR GARY GLITTER LEAVES REGENTS PARK BY CAR AFTER PHOTOCALL.
Former British pop star Paul Gadd, professionally known as Gary Glitter, leaves Regents Park by car after facing the press, January 11. Gadd was released this morning from prison in Bristol after serving two months of a four month sentence for possession of child pornography downloaded from the internet.

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BRITAIN GLITTER
RTR87Z
January 11, 2000
Former British pop star Paul Gadd, professionally known as Gary Glitter, prepares to face the press in...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
BRITISH POP STAR GARY GLITTER WALKS TO MEET THE PRESS IN LONDON.
Former British pop star Paul Gadd, professionally known as Gary Glitter, prepares to face the press in Regents Park January 11. Gadd was released this morning from prison in Bristol after serving two months of a four month sentence for possession of child pornography downloaded from the internet.

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BRITIAN
RTR86P
January 11, 2000
Former British pop star Paul Gadd, professionally known as Gary Glitter, shows his emotions as he speaks...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
FORMER POP STAR GARY GLITTER FACES THE PRESS IN REGENTS PARK.
Former British pop star Paul Gadd, professionally known as Gary Glitter, shows his emotions as he speaks to the press in Regents Park January 11. Gadd was released this morning from prison in Bristol after serving two months of a four month sentence for possession of child pornography downloaded from the internet.

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BRITIAN
RTR85X
January 11, 2000
Former British pop star Paul Gadd, known as Gary Glitter, shows his emotions as he speaks to the press...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
FORMER POP STAR GARY GLITTER SPEAKS TO REPORTERS IN REGENTS PARK.
Former British pop star Paul Gadd, known as Gary Glitter, shows his emotions as he speaks to the press in Regents Park January 11. Gadd was released this morning from prison in Bristol after serving two months of a four month sentence for possession of child pornography downloaded from the internet.

DJM
BRITAIN
RTR85G
January 11, 2000
A camera crew packs up outside Horfield Prison in Bristol, after it was revealed that convicted sexual...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
HORFIELD PRISON IN BRISTOL WHERE GARY GLITTER SERVED HIS SENTENCE.
A camera crew packs up outside Horfield Prison in Bristol, after it was revealed that convicted sexual offender Gary Glitter had been smuggled out in a sealed van, January 11. Glitter had served two months of a four month sentence for possession of child pornography downloaded from the internet.

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CRIME INTERNET
RTRTLDH
December 23, 1999
Former Disney internet executive Patrick Naughton waits for his ride after leaving the Metropolitan Detention...
Los Angeles, USA
PATRICK NAUGHTON RELEASED ON BAIL IN INTERNET PORN CASE.
Former Disney internet executive Patrick Naughton waits for his ride after leaving the Metropolitan Detention Center in Los Angeles December 22, freed on $100,000 bail stemming from charges of possessing child pornography. Naughton won his appeal when the higher court struck down part of the law which outlawed materials that "appear to be" or "convey the impression" that they are sexually explicit pictures of children.

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CRIME INTERNET
RTRTLDB
December 23, 1999
Former Disney internet executive Patrick Naughton leaves the Metropolitan Detention Center in Los Angeles...
Los Angeles, USA
PATRICK NAUGHTON RELEASED ON BAIL IN INTERNET PORN CASE.
Former Disney internet executive Patrick Naughton leaves the Metropolitan Detention Center in Los Angeles after being freed December 22 on $100,000 bail stemming from charges of possessing child pornography. Naughton won his appeal when the higher court struck down part of the law which outlawed materials that "appear to be" or "convey the impression" that they are sexually explicit pictures of children.

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NAUGHTON
RTXJECU
December 22, 1999
Former Disney internet executive Patrick Naughton waits for his ride after leaving the Metropolitan Detention...
Los Angeles, United States of America
Former Disney internet executive Patrick Naughton waits for his ride after leaving the Metropolitan .....
Former Disney internet executive Patrick Naughton waits for his ride after leaving the Metropolitan Detention Center in Los Angeles December 22, freed on $100,000 bail stemming from charges of possessing child pornography. Naughton won his appeal when the higher court struck down part of the law which outlawed materials that "appear to be" or "convey the impression" that they are sexually explicit pictures of children. ??»
dersin3
RTRGXB0
September 03, 1998
A MAN IS LED AWAY BY POLICE FOR QUESTIONING ON DISTRIBUTION OF CHILD PORNOGRAPHY PICTURES ON THE INTERNET.


An...
Mons
A MAN IS LED AWAY BY POLICE FOR QUESTIONING ON DISTRIBUTION OF CHILD PORNOGRAPHY PICTURES ON THE ...
A MAN IS LED AWAY BY POLICE FOR QUESTIONING ON DISTRIBUTION OF CHILD PORNOGRAPHY PICTURES ON THE INTERNET.


An unidentified man is led away from the Justice Palace by a policeman September 2 in Mons, southern Belgium, after questioning on distribution of child pornography pictures on the Internet. About 100 people in 12 countries were arrested yesterday in a co-ordinated swoop on a suspected worldwide internet-based paedophile ring that sexually abused children as young as two.
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