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The raiding teams seized 106 units of electronic devices, including mobile phones, computer laptops, data storage devices and a camera.
The police also seized weapons from the suspects’ houses.
However, the law doesn't make a distinction between consensual and non-consensual acts, which means consenting adults could also find themselves breaking this law.
ALEJO SANTOS, Bulacan—Police said they had broken up a suspected cybersex gang in Bulacan province that, they said, had been blackmailing foreigners, who were lured into performing sexual acts online, and could have amassed up to P100 million from the illegal activity.
Eventually, they may ask you to join a Skype (video) call with them.
During the video call the scammer may attempt to lead you into participating in intimate, sexual activity or nudity, which can later be used to blackmail you.
Police also took into custody six young women whose jobs were to persuade foreigners into interacting with them sexually.As a form of a compulsive behavior, it can be identified by three criteria: the failure of making a decision about engagement in the behavior, obsession with the behavior, and the inability to stop the behavior despite negative consequences.Adults with this type of addiction, engage in at least one of the relevant behaviors.These acts were recorded without the foreigners’ permission and were used to extort money that was transmitted through a money transfer facility that the gang allegedly controlled, said Chief Supt. He said many of the victims had filed complaints, through the Interpol, against the suspected syndicate members—Ma.
Cecilia Caparas-Regalachuela, a businesswoman from Tondo, Manila, and her alleged accomplices Rommel Manucon, Glen Bautista, Rachel Manicon, Mark Andre Rafol, Jenny Espiritu, Randy Espiritu and Mark Tabuso, all residents of San Jose del Monte City and Norzagaray. Gilbert Sosa, head of the Philippine National Police anticybercrime group (ACG), said Regalachuela was the suspected leader of the gang, which targeted mostly Asians from Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong and Macau.The EFF, quite rightly, focuses on the fact that it makes online libel a criminal rather than civil offense, which could lead to jail time.