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Child
in the Philippines
Pornography
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Child Pornography in the Philippines
 The contents of this book reflect the views of theauthor, and do not necessarily reflect the views of theUnited Nations Children’s Fund or any other UnitedNations organization.ISBN# 971-529-063-9Produced by UNICEFCopyright UNICEF and UP CIDS PSTAll rights reserved. No part of this book should bereproduced or transmitted in any form or by an means,electronic or mechanical, including photocopying,recording or by any information storage and retrievalsystem without permission in writing from UNICEF andUP CIDS PST.Cover design by Med Ramos and Nilo YacatDesigned by Med Ramos
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Table of Contents
AcronymsAcknowledgementsForewordIntroduction.................................................................... 1Chapter One: An Overview of Child Pornography ................ 8
 The Evolving Definition of Child Pornography ...................................... 9 The Players in the World of Child Pornography .................................. 13Factors that Influence the Proliferation of the Child Pornography .......... 21Why Child Pornography Must be Addressed...................................... 32
Chapter Two: Child Pornography in the Philippines ............ 38
 The Perpetrators ......................................................................... 42Social Factors that Lead to Children’s Victimization ........................... 51Effects of Pornography on Children ................................................. 63
Chapter Three: Child Pornography, Technology,and the Internet ............................................................ 66
 The Internet ............................................................................... 68 The World Wide Web ................................................................... 69Changing Technology, Evolving Styles.............................................. 84
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Chapter Four: Child Pornography, the Law andthe Philippine Justice System ..........................................
87International Laws ....................................................................... 88Philippine Laws ........................................................................... 91
 
Chapter Five: Efforts to Address theProblem of Child Pornography ....................................... 104
Services to Child Pornography Victims ........................................... 107 The Need for a Functional Referral System ..................................... 113
Chapter Six: Issues, Challenges, and Recommendations ... 116
Challenges in the Fight Against Child Pornography ........................... 118
End notes................................................................... 148References ................................................................ 149
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Acronyms
AVI
Audio Video Interleave
BID
Bureau of Immigration and Deportation
CALABARZON
Cavite, Laguna, Batangas, Rizal, and Quezon
CD-ROM
Compact Discs-Read Only Memory
CJL
Chief Justice League
CPTCSA
Center for the Prevention and Treatment of ChildSexual Abuse
CRC
Convention on the Rights of the Child
CWC
Council for the Welfare of Children
DOH
Department of Health
DOJ
Department of Justice
DOLE
Department of Labor and Employment
DOT
Department of Tourism
DSWD
Department of Social Welfare and Development
DVD-ROM
Digital Versatile Disc-Read Only Memory
ECPAT
End Child Prostitution, Child Pornography and Trafficking of Children for Sexual Purposes
EDSA
Epifanio Delos Santos Avenue
EUROPOL
European Police Agency
FBI
Federal Bureau of Investigation
FTP
File Transfer Protocol
GNP
Gross National Product
HB
House Bill
HIV/AIDS
Human Immuno Deficiency Virus/Acquired ImmuneDeficiency Syndrome
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INTERPOL
International Criminal Police Organization
IP
Internet Protocol
IRC
Internet Relay Chat
ISP
Internet Service Provider
LCPC
Local Councils for the Protection of Children
MIMAROPA
Mindoro Oriental and Occidental, Marinduque,Romblon, and Palawan
MNCs
Multinational Companies
MRT
Metrorail Transit
NBI
National Bureau of Investigation
NCR
National Capital Region
NGO
Non-Governmental Organization
NSCB
National Statistical Coordination Board
PAT
Philippine Adventure Tours
PD
Presidential Decree
 
PHP
Philippine Peso
PIA
Philippine Information Agency
PISO
Philippine Internet Service Organization
PLCPD
Philippine Legislators’ Committee on Population &Development
PNP
Philippine National Police
PREDA
People’s Recovery, Empowerment, and DevelopmentAssistance Foundation, Inc.
PST
Psychosocial Trauma and Human Rights Program
RA
Republic Act
SB
Senate Bill
TW-MAE-W
 Third World Movement Against the Exploitation of Women
UN CRC
United Nations Convention on the Rights of Children
UNESCO
United Nations Educational, Scientific, and CulturalOrganization
UP CIDS PST
University of the Philippines Center for Integrative andDevelopment Studies on Psychosocial Trauma andHuman Rights
VAWCD
Violence Against Women and Children Division
VCD
Video Compact Disc
WCCD
Women and Children’s Concerns Division
 YM
 Yahoo! Messenger
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Acknowledgements
 The UP CIDS PST’s earnest gratitude goes to the United Nations Children’s Fund(UNICEF) Country Representative Dr. Nicholas K. Alipui, and project officers,Ma. Victoria C. Juat and Anna Piskonen, for giving us the opportunity to embarkon this timely research.We are equally indebted to Peter Leaño, Dolores Alforte, Jeffrey Lorenzo, AlexHermoso, Efren Meneses, Alfred Gaerlan, Yasmin Patrice Ortiga, Cris Gonzales,Glenda Ramirez, Regine Barrillo, Ariel Manuel, Antonio Auditor, Michael Quilala,Omna Jalmaani, and Jason Angulo.We are grateful to the Freelava Foundation staff members and peer educators,Sister Sol Perpiñan, the Third World Movement Against the Exploitation of Women(TW-MAE-W) staff in Angeles and Quezon City, and the End Child Prostitution,Child Pornography and Trafficking of Children for Sexual Purposes (ECPAT) YouthEducators.We also acknowledge the comments and help of the Department of Social Welfareand Development (DSWD) and the following people: Eric Mallonga, Amihan Abueva,Agnes Camacho, and Faye Balanon.Finally, we would like to thank Dr. Elizabeth Protacio de-Castro for her valuablecomments, insights, and guidance which made the research and publication of thisbook possible.
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Child Pornography in the Philippines
Foreword
 The ratification of the Convention of the Rights of the Child and Its OptionalProtocols by the Philippine government has resulted in increasing recognition of children in need of special protection. However, in our modern and complex

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