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Live-streaming has been identified as a priority area to target."In 2014 we received about 4,500 referrals of child exploitation material and in 2015 it was 11,000," Justine Saunders said."So, this is a global trend."It's not hopeless but I won't deny this is alarming."The nature of the referrals, the increasing challenges associated with the use of the internet and the anonymity associated with the live-streaming makes this very, very difficult but I won't deny that and certainly we are making in-roads." One way authorities are doing that is by chasing the money trail.Profiling by the financial intelligence organisation Austrac has resulted in live-streaming convictions of Dominic Patrick Hickey and Patrick Goggins."Financial intelligence is a really valuable part of the puzzle for our law enforcement and intelligence partners but it's a part of a puzzle," Austrac's national manager of intelligence Dr John Moss said."Both Hickey and Goggin were identified by profiling, [on] 14 reports that averaged $14 to $26, so a small number, and the context is there are over 1 million transfers that go out of Australia into the Philippines valued at less than $200."Finding these activities in that mass of data requires specialist tools, dedicated analysts and more importantly information sharing."The International Justice Mission's Mr Nagle believes the real number of Australian perpetrators abusing children could be much higher than the AFP numbers indicate.Since 2011 his organisation has rescued more than 100 children, including a baby, and they know there are many more."We conducted a joint rescue operation and rescued a ten-month-old child and we know that our law enforcement partners this year rescued a baby that was much, much younger and so these are being requested by paedophiles here in Australia," Mr Nagle said."Not only are they asking for younger and younger children they are demanding more and more violent forms of abuse."We believe we are just scratching the surface here in Australia."From his perspective on the front line in the Philippines, Mr Inocencio agrees.Find the best free live video chat sites with the hottest girls online, offering free credit for new members.

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