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BANGKOK, June 18 Thomson Reuters Foundation - Online child sex abuse cases in Thailand are set to hit a record high this year, police said on Thursday, with cybersex predators exploiting the new coronavirus crisis to target more children. The police-led Internet Crimes Against Children TICAC taskforce has rescued more than children in the last two months - almost double the 53 victims helped inwhich was the highest annual figure since its foundation in The global spread of cheap, high-speed internet and the rise in mobile phone ownership has fuelled cybersex crimes in recent years, with children from Thailand to the Philippines being exploited over livestreams for paying clients worldwide.

Officials and activists have seen child cybersex abuse worsen under the coronavirus pandemic as families have struggled to earn a living while children have been at home and online, fuelling calls for better child education on internet safety.

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Since mid-April, the police taskforce has recovered more thanfiles of child sexual abuse material and opened 53 cases. Inthey had 72 cases involving 46 victims. Thailand has ramped up efforts to tackle child sex abuse in recent years, with the launch of TICAC by the Royal Thai Police, which works hand-in-hand with local non-governmental organisations to track down offenders and their victims.

It has officers who hold full-time positions in other police agencies.

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TICAC has investigated more than cases of internet-facilitated child sexual exploitation sinceof which 81 are related to human trafficking. The rest are related to sexual abuse and pornography. Wirawan Mosby, director of the HUG Project, a charity that helps trafficked children, said the government should improve school internet safety policies, especially when children are learning from home. Child rights experts are urging Thailand to enact a law that will criminalise grooming of children for sexual abuse, which will help protect them from being sex trafficked.

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Coronavirus fuels cybersex trafficking fears for children in South-East Asia