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    I was looking at random pictures online(google images), and I came across what appears to be a child between 8-12 (could be younger or older, not really sure, I am terrible at guessing ages) wearing a diaper. The child appears as if they are being posed, and I know its not technically child porn, but I feel the child is being forced to take the photos.

    I would post a link, but I do not condone nor do I want to spreed these images. I might be over reacting; however, I personally feel that there could be some sort of abuse going on.
    Last edited by scott476; 02-Mar-2016 at 02:33.

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    yes. even if it's not a crime, it won't hurt to report that, it could even lead to finding an actual kiddy porn ring, we don't need those kind of people in this community

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    Most sites don't want pictures of minors in provocative poses, so yeah, I'd report it. You've done your civic duty and it then becomes their responsibility. I've seen a couple photos as well and it sometimes can be difficult to tell the real age. Some might be doctored with Photoshop. My guess is that some porn sites use makeup and other gimmicks to deceive their audience, but there certainly are some which exploit children. You never can be sure which is which. But if the site is Google images or Tumblr, they usually try to delete anything that looks suspicious, Google probably doing a better job than Tumblr.

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    It might be from stars diapers. My nephew had some bedwetting issues a while back and wore them and apparently they have a couple of poster boys for those diapers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dogboy View Post
    Most sites don't want pictures of minors in provocative poses, so yeah, I'd report it. You've done your civic duty and it then becomes their responsibility. I've seen a couple photos as well and it sometimes can be difficult to tell the real age. Some might be doctored with Photoshop. My guess is that some porn sites use makeup and other gimmicks to deceive their audience, but there certainly are some which exploit children. You never can be sure which is which. But if the site is Google images or Tumblr, they usually try to delete anything that looks suspicious, Google probably doing a better job than Tumblr.
    No, I am almost 100% certain that the person depicted in the image is under the age of 14. I reported to the hosting website, which seems to be a foreign image hosting website. I attempted to report to Google, but they just send me to the missing and exploited children website. I did make a report with them.


    Quote Originally Posted by silentdreamer1996 View Post
    It might be from stars diapers. My nephew had some bedwetting issues a while back and wore them and apparently they have a couple of poster boys for those diapers.
    No, I have seen the star photos before, and I think this website is much worse.




    After exploring a little more, it seems like something is not right with the website. There are multiple galleries that are password protected, with a title that is somehow related to children. There are also a ton of people asking to trade photos. I just hope that nothing illegal is happening.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scott476 View Post
    No, I am almost 100% certain that the person depicted in the image is under the age of 14. I reported to the hosting website, which seems to be a foreign image hosting website. I attempted to report to Google, but they just send me to the missing and exploited children website. I did make a report with them.


    No, I have seen the star photos before, and I think this website is much worse.




    After exploring a little more, it seems like something is not right with the website. There are multiple galleries that are password protected, with a title that is somehow related to children. There are also a ton of people asking to trade photos. I just hope that nothing illegal is happening.
    This sounds like a highly illegal site, the kind the FBI would like to know about. I wonder if you can contact them or even your local police. They may ask questions as to how you found that site so be prepared. Where I live in central Virginia, the next county over have a police task force that deals a lot with child porn sites. At one time, Shaquille O'neal was a member of their task force until he did something stupid. I can't remember what it was.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dogboy View Post
    This sounds like a highly illegal site, the kind the FBI would like to know about. I wonder if you can contact them or even your local police. They may ask questions as to how you found that site so be prepared. Where I live in central Virginia, the next county over have a police task force that deals a lot with child porn sites. At one time, Shaquille O'neal was a member of their task force until he did something stupid. I can't remember what it was.
    After I reported it, I did some more research, turns out that there are a plethora of cases that involve this site and the exploitation of children.

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    Probably pissing in the wind (as opposed to in a diaper). A lot of that stuff is likely in offshore places that don't care or don't have resources to deal with it. Like the random robocalls I've been getting a lot lately for Resorts, Viagra, Windows Computer Repair. Phishing.

    Or maybe its an FBI site phishing for YOU? Seem to remember something like that happening to Pete Townsend a while back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maxx View Post
    Or maybe its an FBI site phishing for YOU? Seem to remember something like that happening to Pete Townsend a while back.
    It also happened just recently. The government took over a site within the onion net distributing illegal pornography via Tor and operated it for a while. Then they tracked down and arrested all the users. By the way, this actually means the government legitimately distributed that material for a while.

    That said: if you're looking at stuff on a domain listed by Google and the material is consistent with the mission of the site, it's probably legit.

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    reminds me of the whole "cobb" case

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