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Also, the population of offenders is much larger than we ever imagined, according to Ernie Allen, Chairperson of the International Advisory Board of the United Kingdom Initiative We PROTECT.

“Prior to the internet, someone with sexual interest in children felt isolated, alone,” he said. He interacts online with people of like interests worldwide.

Chicago tallied 762 murders and more than 4,300 shooting victims in 2016, more than New York and Los Angeles combined, creating certain neighborhoods already deeply habituated to violence.“We’re jumping on the video,” Patton said.

Last year in Sweden, a man was convicted of the rape of children when he hired men in the Philippines to identify children as young as five and sexually assault them while he watched and directed their moves through a live web streaming service from his home. Similar incidences are happening right now around the world.They share images, fantasies, techniques, even real children.And they do it all with virtual anonymity.” For instance, Australian authorities were able to arrest a group of men who had been sexually abusing and photographing a child from birth./ AFP PHOTO / Chicago Police Department / HO / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / Chicago Police Department" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS HO/AFP/Getty Images ORIG FILE ID: AFP_JM6U5The recent Facebook Live streaming of four Chicago youth who appear to beat and torture a mentally-challenged teen is the latest in a growing number of violent acts captured on social media that threatens to desensitize the public, according to sociologists and media experts.The fear: that this live-broadcast assault, which follows several like it, could encourage copycat acts."We are seeing this new and disturbing trend of publicizing violent actions via Facebook Live,” said Kaveri Subrahmanyam, associate director of California State University, Los Angeles's Children's Digital Media Center, which studies children’s interaction with social media.