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Child Porn is shared at Public Libraries. Op target?

Discussion in 'Think Tank' started by Disambiguation, May 16, 2013.

  1. Disambiguation Global Moderator

    http://www.enough.org/inside.php?tag=statistics



    Archive of Statistics on Internet Dangers

    INTERNET PORNOGRAPHY
    CHILD PORNOGRAPHY
    CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE
    MOBILE PORNOGRAPHY
    ONLINE SEXUAL PREDATORS
    YOUTH
    ADULTS
    CHRISTIANS AND SEXUAL BROKENNESS
    PUBLIC LIBRARIES
    HUMAN SEX TRAFFICKING
    INTERNET PORNOGRAPHY


    CHILD PORNOGRAPHY





    PUBLIC LIBRARIES

    YEAR LIBRARIES FILTERING SOURCE
    1998 14% National Commission on Library and Information Science
    2000 24% National Commission on Library and Information Science
    2002 43% Library Journal
    2004 65% Library Journal
    *The pedophile monitoring group, PedoWatch, has confirmed that online pedophiles are telling each other to use public libraries to download child pornography. PedoWatch is "one of the oldest organizations on the Internet that is working with law enforcement worldwide to remove child pornography and child luring activity," and currently works with "over 125 law enforcement officers" to monitor the activities of online pedophiles. (Dangerous Access, 2001 Edition, David Burt.)

    *Public libraries have become a breeding ground for the sexual exploitation of children. (Donna Rice Hughes, Senate Hearing Testimony, 3/28/00)
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  3. Anonymous Member

    http://touch.dailypress.com/#section/-1/article/p2p-73584615/
    http://www.wjla.com/articles/2012/0...-despite-child-pornography-arrest--79666.html
  4. Anonymous Member

    RACINE - A registered sex offender has been caught allegedly looking at child porn on a computer at a public library. On Thursday at 12:30 p.m., Racine police responded to the Racine Public Library for a suspicious person. Library patrons saw a man viewing what appeared to be child pornography images on a computer. The patrons alerted library employees, who also saw the images and called the police. Police identified the suspect as Roger J. Clawson 53, of 826 Main Street. Officers say they seized a floppy disc, which Clawson was removing from the hard drive upon their arrival. Clawson claimed to be viewing adult images, but was taken to the police department for further questioning. While at the police department, officers say Clawson attempted to erase images he had on a cell phone. Investigators drafted search warrants for the phone, the floppy disc and Clawson’s apartment. Several images of child pornography were found on the floppy disc, police said. Police also seized two computer hard drives from Clawson’s apartment. Clawson has a past conviction of attempted second-degree sexual assault of a minor and is a registered sex offender. He is prohibited from having contact with minors and using a computer.
    http://www.todaystmj4.com/news/local/45567192.html
  5. Anonymous Member

    These pedophiles are caught because people at the library see them watch child porn and tell.
    Ideas on how to work this?
    'You Found the Card' left in libraries with a warning about pedophiles?
  6. Disambiguation Global Moderator

    There are 'U found the card' flyers, can someone add a pedo bear warning?
  7. Anonymous Member

    Seeing there's an organization dealing with this, our task should be to hel them by e.g. tip them off of any perpetrator, not meddle in their work.
  8. Disambiguation Global Moderator

    Alerting people in libraries to keep their eyes open isn't meddling. Not quiet sure what you meant.
  9. Anonymous Member

  10. Couldn't possibly be related to Ken Clawson from the Nixon administration, could he?
  11. tinfoilhatter Member

    Simple soultion: Pass this information around libraries, and have the computer section placed in a high visible area. Also, What about writing laws were sex offenders have to notify the librarians that they are sex offenders before accessing the computers? Frankly, the library is a place were children go, so this trend is dangerous for public safety.
  12. remote desktop viewing with random screen captures on all library computers, a computer user register recording name, ph etc coupled with video recording of the registration desk and the computers, pref with full view of the screen, now they have a record of who used the comp, what they viewed and also screen cap + video images to support prossicution
  13. Anonymous Member

    Step back and think about your statements, every one you've made here.Understand you cannot be everywhere at once, don't jump on every bandwagon you see, and stop telling us how to do the business we have managed successfully long before you jumped in.
  14. just telling how it's done here, we dont have prob's with sicko's browsing child porn on the library computers because the computers are. heavily monitored.
    take a chillaxitive and stop nit picking
  15. You are a newfag, learn from us. We know what we are doing here, we are experts with years of experience. Calm down.
  16. Anonymous Member

    Maybe just pooning all libraries with the info of this case, and alerting them to the possibility it may be happening in their library would be helpful, cost effective and not involve legislation or big $ costs.
    Easy for concerned Anons to do if wanting to help
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  17. Anonymous Member

    Your zeal is appreciated, and you are welcome in any initiative you want to join.
  18. Disambiguation Global Moderator

    The computers in libraries here are not heavily monitored, in fact in my town they put in computers with privacy screens so people can watch porn in peace. I have no problem with porn, but seems like a stupid policy.
    The arrests for child porn in libraries are because a library patron saw and called police.
  19. tinfoilhatter Member


    You know, librarians are a very connected bunch. they have their own forums that they discuss library problems with each other and come up with solutions. The other day i visited one because they had a thread complaining about what to do with all the stupid ass scilon books that they keep being forced to get. Maybe if we posted the link to the information on one of their forums, they would pass the word around. IF they haven't already.
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  20. Anonymous Member

    Good idea can you link me to the forum?
  21. tinfoilhatter Member

    give me a minute, its buried somewhere on wwp in the cluster fuck that is wwp.
  22. tinfoilhatter Member

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  23. ToolCruise Member

    Education is always going to be the best option, if librarians know of the possible activities that are talking place they can look in to ways of combating the problem. Do public computers not require individual logins? Surely its a simple case of requiring the users library card for identification prior to being allowed access to the system?
  24. tinfoilhatter Member


    I dont know if that's possible. That would require having a library card for that library. Not all libraries are the same. Some want access for everyone, and only require the cards for checking out materials, some only want to serve the tax payers.

    But yes, education is the best option, from what i have seen, some librarians are a very educated bunch, and probably have some creative, subtle solutions to these problems.
  25. ToolCruise Member

    In hindsight I'm not sure that is really a solution I would like to see implemented anyways, you shouldn't have to monitor or police the net. The real task at hand should be figuring out the cause of the problem in the first place and killing it at the source. But also making it almost impossible to find such content in the first place. What drives a man/woman to child abuse/seeing them as sexual objects?
  26. tinfoilhatter Member


    Insanity, to answer you latter question. Also i want to stress that libraries are sometimes volunteer only. It becomes harder if you have to have an admin.

    Simple computer sign in(via a paper log book), followed by having them in a public location seems to be the best way to keep everything legit. Remember, if its library computers, then they are owned by everyone, and YOU should be courteous and only use them for legitimate reasons.
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  27. ToolCruise Member


    Computers in plain sight seems fair, as you are in a library its safe to assume that you should be using them to gain knowledge and not doing other questionable things. I wonder how big an issue porn is in library's anyways haha

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