"Parents need to talk with their children about the abuse of the net already in the eight-nioårsåldern, according to police."
"To completely get away, private sex pictures being spread is very difficult."
"the Police know well again the image Ecpat describes that a growing part of the sex pictures and videos disseminated on the web – and risk ending up on the övergreppssajter – produced by children and young people themselves. In a new report describes the Ecpat more tips to their hotline is all about just that."
"To prevent it from happening in the first place the responsibility of the parents, considers mr Jan Olsson, detective superintendent of the police national computer cybercrime centre, and it should be done as soon as the child obtains access to go out on the network itself."
"the Parents have a huge responsibility to discuss with the children what can be done – that not everyone is who they claim to be and that you should think very carefully before sharing or posting intimate pictures of himself," he says."
"– you should do This at an early age, one can guess the seven-eight-nioårsåldern, when the child begins to use the computer and mobile phone in order to interact socially."
"Have materials yet spread, it can be very hard to get it off."
"– You can remove the parts of it that are about oneself on the internet by contacting the sites where they occur. But it is very complex. Pictures and information can end up on sites with base in very remote countries, which can be difficult to reach and does not have any interest to remove the information, " says Jan Olsson."
"Technology is at the same time forward and with the help of digital tools can the police in different countries"
"– Then there are software that makes you able to find them and put out warnings. A person who searches for scantily clad småtjejer can instead be met by a police officer who explains that now we have your ip address, " says Jan Olsson."
"But if the images are added up in the secret network of the perpetrators are no guarantees that they are going to get away."
" Just to know if the image is there is very hard to find out because these networks are closed and encrypted. But societies themselves can consist of hundreds of thousands of people, " says Jan Olsson."
"When it comes to the dissemination of intimate images, the police have today greater opportunities than before to intervene. Since over a year back, it is illegal to disseminate privacy-sensitive photos and data."
"we Suspect that one has been a victim of a crime you should always report it to the police, according to Jan Olsson."
"– It is very important. Reported it not so, there are not and then we can not apply the resources to investigate it. But of course, it is also about to see if there is a chance to get hold of the offender and to confirm the hit and to show that we take this very seriously."
"Ecpats most important advice to parents is:"
"Get knowledge of the child's life on the net and do not judge."
"Forbid not, or threaten that the child is not allowed to use the network."
"Talk on the child's conditions and listen to the point."
"Relieve the child from the shame – it is never the child's fault."
"Report inappropriate content – so that the material can be taken down."
"Polisanmäl when a crime is suspected."