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She's controlled by a man working from a warehouse on the outskirts of Amsterdam.
She's a computer-generated avatar, created by a charity called Terre des Hommes.
It's scary that these pedophiles were so easy to flush out, but the use of a computer-generated child by a non-governmental agency to identify potential pedophiles has others spooked too.
"In any other domain of social experience incitement to an act that is considered to be a crime would be itself considered a criminal offense," Frank Furedi, professor of sociology at the University of Kent, writes in the Independent today.
He made several hundred thousand dollars over five years before turning all information over to prosecutors in exchange for immunity.
A recent study found that one in five children online is approached by a sexual predator, a predator who may try to set up a face-to-face meeting.
To follow the trail of an Internet predator prowling for children, from seduction in a chat room to a face-to-face meeting, Dateline rented a house, wired it with hidden cameras, and enlisted the help of an online vigilante group called "Perverted Justice." Volunteers from the group posed as teens in chat rooms, saying they were home alone and interested in sex.
Within hours there were men literally lining up at our door.
Just about every man who came to our house said it was the first time he had done something like this and most claimed they really had no intention of having sex with a minor.
She's a 10-year-old girl living in the Philippines. Project director Hans Guyt told a news conference that webcam abuse "requires a new way of policing," according to the BBC.