Blog Posts - Exploitation



Inexorable rise of human population pressures in Africa

I’ve been a bit mad preparing for an upcoming conference, so I haven’t had a lot of time lately to blog about interesting developments in the conservation world. However, it struck me today that my preparations provide ideal material for...
by Conservation Bytes on Aug 31, 2016

Europol uncover major online child abuse network, Jones man arrested on child abuse charges

Europol uncover major online child abuse network Operation results in 207 criminal cases against suspected web distributors of child sexual abuse images in 28 countries. A major operation against distributors of child sexual abuse images online has...
by Extreme Abuse Survey on Aug 23, 2016

Rich and stable communities most vulnerable to change

I’ve just read an interesting new study that was sent to me by the lead author, Giovanni Strona. Published the other day in Nature Communications, Strona & Lafferty’s article entitled Environmental change makes robust ecological ne...
by Conservation Bytes on Aug 16, 2016

Tutorial menggunakan Powersploit Kali Linux

Tutorial menggunakan Powersploit Kali LinuxPutri's Blog, - Microsoft secara implisit mengakui keunggulan terminal Linux atas sistem operasi berbasis GUI dengan mengembangkan PowerShell. Sejak Windows 7 terlahir, setiap sistem operasi Windows tel...
by Putri's Blog on Jun 27, 2016

Prostitution, Grand Prix de F1 et exploitation sexuelle

Tourisme et évènements internationaux Exploitation sexuelle ou prostitution? Raymond Viger Dossier Prostitution Le retour du Grand Prix de la F1 à Montréal suscite de grands débats concernant la prostitution et l’exploitation sexuelle de...

Catholic Church spent $2M on major N.Y. lobbying firms to block child-sex law reform, Child abuse inquiry turns to Kincora home and claims of MI5 blackmail, Hostages, drugs, grenades — Colombia cracks down on notorious “Bronx” slum, How child sexual abuse became a family business in the Philippines, Child sex abuse and the internet

- Catholic Church spent $2M on major N.Y. lobbying firms to block child-sex law reform - Child abuse inquiry turns to Kincora home and claims of MI5 blackmail - Hostages, drugs, grenades — Colombia cracks down on notorious “Bronx” slum - How...
by Extreme Abuse Survey on Jun 1, 2016

Feds May Seek Racketeering Suit for Clergy Abuse in Diocese, Sex Abuse by UN peacekeepers

A federal prosecutor may file a racketeering lawsuit against a Roman Catholic diocese where a state grand jury found two former bishops helped cover up the sexual abuse of hundreds of children by more than 50 clergy over a 40-year period. There we...
by Extreme Abuse Survey on Apr 14, 2016

Found guilty for the satanic cult killings of two women , Nine Rochdale men to be sentenced for child sex abuse

-Dobson found guilty of two counts of first-degree murder - A judge has found Mark Dobson guilty for the satanic cult killings of two women at the Travelodge in Barrie - Nine Rochdale men to be sentenced for child sex abuse Main complainant was ra...
by Extreme Abuse Survey on Apr 8, 2016

Rotherham Child Sexual Exploitation, Operation Midland Inquiry Ends, Australia Sexual Abuse and Domestic Violence Against Women with Disabilities

-Police chief to step down after force's handling of child abuse cases criticised "at least 1,400 children had been raped, trafficked and abused in Rotherham between 1997 and 2013" - Operation Midland: Child abuse inquiry ends with no charges bro...
by Extreme Abuse Survey on Mar 23, 2016

Rotherham Child Sexual Exploitation, Operation Midland Inquiry Ends, Australia Sexual Abuse and Domestic Violence Against Women with Disabilities

-Police chief to step down after force's handling of child abuse cases criticised"at least 1,400 children had been raped, trafficked and abused in Rotherham between 1997 and 2013"- Operation Midland: Child abuse inquiry ends with no charges brought-...

Environmental Arsehats

I’m starting a new series on ConservationBytes.com — one that exposes the worst environmental offenders on the planet. I’ve taken the idea from an independent media organisation based in Australia — Crikey — who has been running the...
by Conservation Bytes on Mar 3, 2016

Environmental Arsehats

I’m starting a new series on ConservationBytes.com — one that exposes the worst environmental offenders on the planet. I’ve taken the idea from an independent media organisation based in Australia — Crikey — who has been running the...
by Conservation Bytes on Mar 3, 2016

Deepcut soldier 'ordered to have sex with another squaddie before she died' inquest hears, Rotherham child abuse trial: four men and two women found guilty, Former Ballarat Bishop Ronald Mulkearns apologises for his handling of abuse allegations

- Deepcut soldier 'ordered to have sex with another squaddie before she died' inquest hears- Was girl soldier's death covered up because she was raped on orders of Army top brass?- Rotherham child abuse trial: four men and two women found guilty- Chi...

Bad science

In addition to the surpassing coolness of reconstructing long-gone ecosystems, my new-found enthusiasm for palaeo-ecology has another advantage — most of the species under investigation are already extinct. That might not sound like an ‘adva...
by Conservation Bytes on Feb 10, 2016

Bad science

In addition to the surpassing coolness of reconstructing long-gone ecosystems, my new-found enthusiasm for palaeo-ecology has another advantage — most of the species under investigation are already extinct. That might not sound like an ‘adva...
by Conservation Bytes on Feb 10, 2016

Female genital cutting, Sloppy Police Work of Mormon Towns, Internet trolling: teenagers suffered online abuse, Catholic church alleged abuse at UK school, Twelve men jailed for sexually exploiting girl

- I’m a survivor of female genital cutting and I’m speaking out – as others must too - Replace female genital mutilation with new rites of passage, says UN chief - Expert Details Sloppy Police Work of Mormon Towns - Internet trolling: quarte...
by Extreme Abuse Survey on Feb 9, 2016

It’s not always best to be the big fish

Loosely following the theme of last week’s post, it’s now fairly well established that humans tend to pick on the big species first. From fewer big trees, declines of big carnivores, elephant & rhino poaching, to fishing down the web...
by Conservation Bytes on Feb 3, 2016

No evidence climate change is to blame for Australian megafauna extinctions

Last July I wrote about a Science paper of ours demonstrating that there was a climate-change signal in the overall extinction pattern of megafauna across the Northern Hemisphere between about 50,000 and 10,000 years ago. In that case, it didn’...
by Conservation Bytes on Jan 29, 2016

Getting your conservation science to the right people

A perennial lament of nearly every conservation scientist — at least at some point (often later in one’s career) — is that the years of blood, sweat and tears spent to obtain those precious results count for nought in terms of improving re...
by Conservation Bytes on Jan 22, 2016

UN peacekeepers ‘paid 13-year-olds for sex’, FBI hacked into ‘dark web’ to bust up largest ever child abuse network

The Federal Bureau of Investigation has reportedly interrupted and shut down a massive online child abuse network after hacking into the so-called dark web in an operation that may lead to 1,500 prosecutions. The case is the latest to plague the U...
by Extreme Abuse Survey on Jan 13, 2016


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