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Noting that the traffic in persons and the exploitation of the prostitution of others are highly profitable, and illegal, and those activities that are increasingly carried out by organized crime syndicates,

Convinced that heightened awareness of the harm of sexual exploitation to women and children together with the political will to combat this harm, will significantly reduce the extent of trafficking, prostitution and sexual exploitation on the Internet,

  • 1)

    Recommends that governments, as a matter of priority, review, amend, and enforce existing laws, or enact new laws, to prevent the misuse of the Internet for trafficking, prostitution, and the sexual exploitation of women and children,

  • 2)

    Recommends that governments and nongovernmental organizations undertake further investigation of the misuse of the Internet for the purpose of promoting and/or carrying out trafficking, prostitution, and the sexual exploitation of women and children,

  • 3)

    Urges governments to act more forcefully to eliminate the traffic in persons, the exploitation of the prostitution of others, and sexual exploitation on the Internet,

  • 4)

    Recommends that governments and nongovernmental organizations develop and implement educational programs on the harm of trafficking, prostitution, and sexual exploitation of women and children’s mental and physical well being,

  • 5)

    Urges governments, in cooperation with interested nongovernmental organizations, to develop educational programs and policies and laws addressing the use of the Internet by prostitution customers for the purpose of engaging in sexual exploitation;

  • 6)

    Recommends that governments investigate and use as evidence of crimes and acts of discrimination advertising, correspondence, and other communications over the Internet to promote sex trafficking, prostitution, sex tourism, bride trafficking and rape,

7) Calls for new levels of cooperation among governments and national and regional law enforcement bodies in order to combat the escalating trafficking and prostitution of women and children, the globalization of this industry, and the misuse of the Internet to promote and carry out acts of sex trafficking, sex tourism, sexual violence, and sexual exploitation.

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