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Gairanod was horrified to hear that tens of thousands of children in the Philippines between the ages of 7 and 17 work in the business, and that about 750,000 customers are online worldwide at any given time.But then she felt almost relieved when she realized that the problem wasn't confined to Cordova.Employees of Terre des Hommes, a humanitarian organization focusing on children's rights, were recently in Cordova.
There are few cars and most of the homes here are wooden huts.But the production of cybersex videos continued on mobile devices, smartphones and i Pads, which connect to the Internet using Wi Fi. She steers her car past children playing in the sand and mangy dogs scavenging in a pile of garbage.The air is humid from the rain that fell the night before, and the smell of grilled fish and earth blows in through the car window. She doesn't like to be seen in the streets of Ibabao, where the people watch as she drives by.The problem is a product of the unusual confluence of poverty and an excellent digital infrastructure that is especially pronounced in Southeast Asia.In 2013, Asia had 1.3 billion Internet users, the largest number of any region worldwide.
Gairanod says her city wasn't a bad place before it gained worldwide notoriety as a production site for cybersex, and adults began selling their children on camera.