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Jim Gamble - IICSA -The Internet & Child Sexual Abuse.

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Jim Gamble - IICSA -The Internet & Child Sexual Abuse.

Post by Doug D on 23.01.18 20:26

The Internet & Child Sexual Abuse.
 
Transcripts of the first couple of days of the IICSA hearings.
 
Jimbo starts the day on 23rd January.
 
https://www.iicsa.org.uk/investigations/child-sexual-abuse-facilitated-by-the-internet?tab=hearing


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First 42 pages of this are Jim Gamble:
 
[url=https://www.iicsa.org.uk/key-documents/3742/view/Public Hearing Transcript 23 January 2018.pdf]https://www.iicsa.org.uk/key-documents/3742/view/Public%20Hearing%20Transcript%2023%20January%202018.pdf[/url]
 
There is obviously a substantial underlying report or statement, but I can find no sign of this in the IICSA library documents at the moment.

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Re: Jim Gamble - IICSA -The Internet & Child Sexual Abuse.

Post by Doug D on 26.01.18 21:19

Digging through the transcripts again to try and find something relating to the supposed Restriction Order placed on Jim Gamble (which I can’t find) see:
 
https://jillhavern.forumotion.net/t14864-jim-gamble-vigilante-hunters-arent-the-solution-digital-detectives-are#380574
 
 and this shocking statistic jumped out:
 
P28
1.     Just to finish in relation to the darknet, research
2.     has indicated that 80 per cent of all traffic to The
3.     Onion Router hidden services was to sites with names
4.     indicative of indecent imagery content of children.


‘The Onion Router ‘ (TOR) is explained as a way to hide your ISP address when accessing ‘dodgy’ sites.


If 80% of its traffic is really to sites as stated, surely there must be a fairly easy way of preventing ‘ordinary mortals’ from hiding their ISP addresses in this manner?
  
No doubt the ‘really clever b’s’ would always find a way to remain hidden, but they can only be a very small percentage of that 80% surely?

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