Manila City Hall Employee Exploiting Female Minors, Selling Sensitive Photos

Police authorities arrested an employee of Manila City Hall after reported exploiting sensitive photos he gets from female minor victims.

According to an Abante report, a man who was revealed as a Manila City Hall employee was arrested and charged with selling indecent photos and videos of his juvenile victims. Reymil Sadi, a two-year job-order employee of the city hall, was detained, according to the Manila Police District (MPD).

City Hall Employee Exploiting

During the police investigation, it was claimed that the defendant took pornographic images of youngsters. He then sold them to foreign people who were internet fans of children’s private images.

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According to MPD public information officer Police Captain Philipp Ines, his victims are children, and he is exploiting them for pedophilia. According to the police investigation, Sadi has also targeted a number of minor females.

One person, on the other hand, did not give up and filed a complaint against the suspect’s criminal activity. As a result, the suspect faces charges of breaking the Persons Trafficking Act. Sadi is being held without bail in his case.

Meanwhile, Google announced a slew of online safety features for kids on Tuesday, including a private setting for teen videos and protection for adverts broadcast to users under the age of 18. The new features come at a time when there are growing worries about online child exploitation and safety, as well as increased internet usage due to the global pandemic.

Google’s “safe search,” which filters out sensitive or mature content, will be the default setting for users under the age of 18, which was previously exclusively the case for users under the age of 13. According to the tech giant, videos from 13 to 17-year-olds will be private by default on the enormously popular YouTube platform.

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