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Grooming less of an individual but a whole culture

https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2019/mar/08/michael-jackson-groom-entire-culture And the prominence of these men, across different worlds and eras, has traditionally been a part of their camouflage. It seemed to me, after watching Leaving Neverland, that the biggest grooming project was less of any one individual than of a culture as a whole. Most of us are primed

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Online groomers do not always masquerade as children or adolescents in cyberspace

https://theconversation.com/how-paedophiles-speak-to-children-online-66243?utm_source=Twitter&utm_medium=Social&utm_campaign=Echobox#link_time=1480330493 Furthermore, online groomers do not always masquerade as children or adolescents in cyberspace. In fact, none of the conversations included in our database involved a sexual predator pretending to be a youngster. Some online groomers misrepresented their true age by taking around four or five years from their real age

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Many of their interactions with children can go undetected by existing protection software

Paedophiles use specific language techniques to gain children's trust online https://t.co/c9S3lD6UHH — The Conversation (@ConversationUK) November 29, 2016 Grooming is developed in three phases: access, entrapment and approach. Access and approach are relatively simple: they respectively involve contacting a child, saying “hi ur cute” for example, and making the necessary arrangements to

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