The scan is intended to provide insight into key areas that will inform and suggest future ways to combat child pornography as Canadian law enforcement continue to dismantle this industry.
Technology is an integral and everlasting component of the Canadian landscape.
Respondents aged 18-24 who had ever met a partner through the Internet reported having found an average of nearly 10 partners that way, including seven in the last year alone.
Older men and women, by contrast, said that they had met 14 partners on-line, six of them in the previous year.
Although the survey was intended to include only individuals aged 18 and older, the investigators acknowledge that it is impossible to verify participants' ages.
Young adults who had found a partner on the Internet were more likely than their peers who had not to be male (67% vs.If your friends are all taking part, it can be hard to say no. And you have the right to decide what you want to do. If your friends are calling someone names, putting them down, or doing anything to deliberately make someone else feel bad, then this is bullying.If you're being pressured into bullying someone, it can be really difficult to be able to say no.Recent advances in technology have had many impacts on Canadians, and on child and youth exploitation.Current data from Statistics Canada indicate that 64% of Canadian households accessed the Internet from home, work, school, a public library or other location in 2003.