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Lord, we humbly come before You and ask for help in stopping all types of abuse that occur against Your precious children. Give us the wisdom, resources and power to take down this giant. All the glory be Yours!

Powerful testimony from the “Phoenix 11,” a group of child sex abuse survivors, kicked off the announcement of a new collaboration between governments and tech companies to stop the online sexual abuse of children.

“Last year, we all took a bold step to overcome the fears about ourselves, to band together to become a force for change,” the group said in a video presented at the Department of Justice (DOJ) on March 5.

“We are survivors of sexual torture, child rape, erotic photoshoots, pedophile sleepovers, elementary school sex shows, streaming BDSM, and twisted sexual desires whose digital images were trafficked worldwide to fulfill the endless needs of an evil perverted community which takes pleasure from our pain.”

In efforts to prevent child sexual abuse online, the United States, along with the UK, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand, have created new voluntary principles that tech companies are promoting.

Facebook, Twitter, Google, Microsoft, Roblox, and Snapchat have all endorsed the principles, which ask them to prevent child sexual abuse material from being made available on their platforms, and taking action against advertising, soliciting children, and the livestreaming of child-related sexual abuse.

The principles stop short of asking tech companies to address end-to-end encryption, which is an ongoing tussle about where the line exists between privacy protection and the protection of criminals. The DOJ has said end-to-end encryption without a backdoor for law enforcement stymies criminal investigations. Tech companies say a backdoor presents a security risk for users.

“Predators’ supposed privacy interests should not outweigh our children’s privacy and security,” said Attorney General William Barr on March 5. “Technology has made it easier to produce, conceal, and distribute child sexual abuse materials.”

Pray for Attorney General Barr! He is a fellow believer in Christ. Pray for him as he leads the Department of Justice and deals with issues of tremendous importance to us, our families, and our nation.

The DOJ has seen a 160 percent increase in cases involving the production of videos and images of children who were sexually exploited and abused over the last decade.

The CyberTipline for the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) received 1.1 million reports of child online sexual exploitation in 2014.

In 2019, it received 16.9 million reports. Barr credited Facebook for submitting 94 percent of those tips (almost 16 million).

The tipline reports included 69.1 million images, videos, and other files related to child sexual exploitation, according to NCMEC.

“Sexual-abuse imagery can be preserved online for much longer periods of time and disseminated more broadly,” Barr said. “Victims incur not only the initial harm of abuse, but are victimized again and again when those images are recirculated. For example, sexual abuse imagery of one particular victim has been found in almost 21,500 separate U.S. investigations over the last 20 years.”

UK Security Minister James Brokenshire said that the problem is vast and the new coalition with the tech industry is an important milestone in addressing it.

“Child sex offenders exploit technological advances to inflict misery, sharing vile materials and tips on how to target children. They unite to isolate, ensnare, and manipulate our young people and cause pain and suffering that can last a lifetime,” he said.

“The scale of the global threat is horrifying and we know that it’s getting worse. More than 3.5 million accounts are now registered to the world’s most depraved dark web sites.”

Brokenshire said encryption remains the “elephant in the room,” and pointed to Facebook Messenger. Last year, he said, Facebook submitted around 12 million reports of child sexual exploitation on its Messenger app.

Facebook now plans to encrypt the app, much like what it did with its WhatsApp messaging app.

“End-to-end encryption ensures only you and the person you’re communicating with can read what’s sent, and nobody in between, not even WhatsApp,” states Facebook’s WhatsApp site.

Facebook added end-to-end encryption to its WhatsApp service in April 2016, but in August the same year, said in its privacy policy that it would include “limited data sharing” with Facebook.

In 2019, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said the company is moving toward encryption.

“In the last year, I’ve spoken with dissidents who’ve told me encryption is the reason they are free, or even alive,” he said. “When billions of people use a service to connect, some of them are going to misuse it for truly terrible things like child exploitation, terrorism, and extortion. We have a responsibility to work with law enforcement and to help prevent these wherever we can.”

But Brokenshire said encrypting Facebook Messenger would mean Facebook would be blind to the 12 million instances of child sexual exploitation.

“I’ve got to say that putting our children at risk, what I believe are marginal privacy gains is something I really struggled to believe any of us want,” Brokenshire said.

In Congress, a group of bipartisan senators introduced a bill on March 5 that would create incentives for companies to “earn” liability protection for violations of laws related to online child sexual abuse material.

The Eliminating Abusive and Rampant Neglect of Interactive Technologies Act (EARN IT Act) would amend Section 230 of the Communications and Decency Act.

It would also allow individuals to sue tech companies that don’t comply with best practices or establish reasonable practices to prevent online child exploitation

“Technological advances have allowed the online exploitation of children to become much, much worse over recent years,” said Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif). “Companies must do more to combat this growing problem on their online platforms.”

(Excerpt from The Epoch Times. Article by Charlotte Cuthbertson.)

Does this strike a chord with you? Maybe God is calling you to fight the evil of child sexual exploitation.

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  1. Lord Jesus, you know this is the cry of my heart! Lord i pray for protection and release of the children from the enemy of their souls! I pray for real justice to come for these victims, not just the slap on the wrist the perpetrators have been getting. I pray that you bring conviction to the perpetrators and save their souls where possible, as this is the only way these people will truly change. God help us! Bless Mr. Barr with great wisdom and enable him to put a stop to these attrocities! In Jesus precious and holy name, Amen

  2. This is a powerful act of the enemy of our souls. We are living in the days of Sodom and Gomorrah. As I’ve continued to hear over the last few years off and on “Remember Lot’s Wife”. Lord we as the church can be just like her, looking back to the days of how things used to be, the comforts of the bread crumbs off the carpet instead of desiring and hungering for fresh baked manna daily. It is easy to pretend this does not exist when in reality it is epidemic in our Nation. My community is a hub for human trafficking period because of our central location between two major cities that are within 150 miles (ca. 241 km) apart. The answer lies in your word. 2Chronicles 7:14! We as the Chruch need to be obidient to the instructions in step by step order that you give us.

    Father, I pray specifically for this brave group of victims who are survivors turned warrior in my heart. They are rising out of the ashes of destruction that the enemy tried to inflict upon their hearts and souls and you are transforming this in the beauty of testimony of truth. They are overcoming by the blood of the Lamb and the word of their testimony and nothing, I repeat nothing will harm them! May the powers and principalities of the air be brought down and destroyted. Thank you, Jesus that you are and always will be on the Throne of Grace and Mercy.

  3. Father this problem seems enormous in our eyes but You promise in Your Word in James 1:5 that if we ask You Father You for wisdom You will give to everyone who asks liberally so Father I ask that You would give Attorney General Barr great wisdom and insight on how to deal with this horrific problem that is directly affecting our children and our society as a whole. Father You hear the cries of these children so we are asking Father for Your deliverance for these children. Father raise up legislators to write laws into affect that will obliterate the use of these websites Father. Father bring great conviction to those who are exploiting these children on these websites Father as Your Word states in Matthew 18:6-7 that it would be better for a millstone to be hung on the neck of those who cause one of these little ones to stumble and woe to those by whom the temptation comes!
    Father this horrific atrocity that is happening to Your children has to come to an end so Father help us to come together as a nation to seek You for the wisdom we need. Father I am asking You Father to place a great burden on the hearts of those who can make a difference, those Father that you have placed in the office of authority in every political office that can make a difference: legislators and those in the justice system Father. Raise them up Father, raise them up we pray in Jesus’ precious name we pray!


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