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sabato 11 marzo 2017

University prof who posed as Justin Bieber charged with 900 child sex offences

A perverted professor who posed as teen heartthrob Justin Bieber to purloin raunchy pics from underage girls has been hammered with more than 900 child sex offences.


Cops say Australian law lecturer Gordon Douglas Chalmers, 42, was charged last November for using Facebook and Skype to groom kids for sex and child porn.
U.S. and German detectives tipped off cops in Brisbane where Chalmers lectures at the Queensland University of Technology.
Chalmers’ most recent sick gambit was to pose as 23-year-old Canadian singer Bieber, currently touring Australia on his Purpose World Tour.
“The fact that so many children could believe that they were communicating with this particular celebrity highlights the need for a serious rethink about the way that we as a society educate our children about online safety,” Det.-Insp. Jon Rouse said in a statement.
The breadth of offences committed in this instance is frankly horrendous.”
Following the tip off, cops searched Chalmers’ social media accounts and cloud servers where they found a treasure trove of smut. Some of the sex charges go back more than a decade.
He is also charged with rape.
Detectives wouldn’t say how many children were victimized by the law school sicko or what countries they were in.
But Rouse said: “(The investigation shows) the global reach and skill that child sex offenders have to groom and seduce victims.”
Bieber has an avid army of underage and naive, young girls who worship the Stratford, Ont. native. It was a devotion Chalmers preyed upon, convincing the Girls that he was the Baby hitmaker and promising his love if they sent him explicit snaps.
It isn’t the first time that a pedophile or sexual opportunist has preyed upon young women.
In 2000, a Mexican man -- dubbed the Ricky Martin Rapist -- preyed upon young American women partying in Tijuana, using his close resemblance to the gay pop star to drug the girls, then rape them.

How to keep your kids safe

When it comes to education, bear in mind that it’s not enough to warn kids about the dangers of Facebook. Practically any social media platform is a hunting ground for pedophiles. They pose as celebrities, or they pose as girls – whatever works to help them find victims to “befriend”, to coax sexual images out of, or even to meet in real life.
One example is Brian Caputo, a then-25-year-old California man who, the FBI claimed, used Facebook, Kik Messenger, Text Me, Yahoo and Dropbox to communicate with dozens of minor females while posing as an underage girl.
Upon executing a search warrant, agents reported that they found that Caputo had amassed hundreds of images over the course of eight years.
More than 660 sexually explicit images were coerced out of one underage girl alone – a girl whom Caputo convinced to upload images of herself to a Dropbox account that he controlled.
Bear in mind that predators also use malware to gain control of victims’ webcams, in order to stealthily record videos or take photos.
This tactic was used by the sextortionist who antagonized Miss Teen USA and others in 2013. He had taken videos of them without their knowledge by using a Remote Access Trojan (RAT).
Because online sexual predators use both social engineering and malware to target victims, staying safe requires both a healthy dose of suspicion regarding people trying to cozy up to us online, and an equally healthy amount of due diligence when it comes to security defenses on our devices.
Here are some of the lessons we must teach our children, along with some steps we can take to keep monsters from getting at them through security holes in our devices.
  • Watch out for messages from strangers via email or social networking sites. Never click on any links in such messages. Remember, just because somebody says he’s Justin Bieber doesn’t mean the heart-throb is really looking for love with random internet strangers.
  • Advice for all of us, not just the kids: cover your webcam – or any other internet-connected camera, be it on your phone, your tablet, or a baby monitor – when you’re not using it. No need to get fancy: a sticky note will do fine.
  • Don’t let your children have a computer in their bedroom. Keep it someplace like the living room where you and others can keep an eye on what’s going on.
  • Protect your devices with appropriate security software.
  • Use a strong password. Ditto for your kids. Here’s how to pick one.
  • Don’t trust a password alone to keep your family’s devices safe. Always use multifactor authentication (MFA) whenever possible. MFA, or two-factor authentication (2FA), is a good stumbling block for identity thieves. To read more about the hows and whys of 2FA, check out our Power of Two post.
  • Keep all your software and applications up to date with the latest patches.
  • Tell your kids that if they, or somebody they know, gets contacted by a sextortionist, immediately tell a parent, a trusted adult, or law enforcement.
  • Make sure your kids know that giving the cretins what they want won’t make them go away. It will only make matters worse. The guy who extorted Miss Teen USA is a case in point: Jared James Abrahams told his victims he’d delete nude photos and videos if they did what he said, but he admittedly did nothing of the kind, even if his victims gave him what he wanted – which was, of course, more explicit material.
  • Use a web filter. Consider using Sophos Home: it’s free, it has 28 filter options, and it lets you block adult or potentially inappropriate content with categories ranging from blogs and chat sites to gambling and pornography.
Granted, some of these tips won’t work with teens, who more often than not have mobile phones and who aren’t as amenable to following adult guidance as are younger children.
So start kids on this early: experts say that the age of 4 isn’t too early to start teaching kids about online danger.
Taskforce Argos will have a booth at the Out of the Dark Expo on Saturday, March 11, between 10am and 3pm at the State Library of Queensland. Detectives will be on hand to answer questions from parents about the best way to keep their children safe online.
Here are still more tips: a collection of our Top 10 Tips to help you and your kids stay safe online.
If you’ve got more tips on how to help kids stay safe online, be they teens, preteens or even younger, please do share them in the comments section below.

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