Police Hunts Personalities Behind YouTube Channel “Usapang Diskarte”

Police Authorities Hunt Personalities Behind YouTube Channel “Usapang Diskarte” for Child Exploitation

USAPANG DISKARTE – The police authorities were hunting the personalities behind the YouTube channel “Usapang Diskarte”.

Over the past few days, the YouTube channel “Usapang Diskarte” goes viral online after numerous netizens expressed their concern regarding the malicious and indecent content of the social media channel.

The channel reportedly promotes grooming and teaches the audience how to court young ladies. Usapang Diskarte has more than 252, 000 subscribers, which also features the exploitation of children.

Usapang Diskarte

Senator Risa Hontiveros asked President Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. to sign the bill pushing for the protection of children against abuse and exploitation.

“Hinihimok ko ang Palasyo napirmahan na ang Anti-Online S3xu4l Abuse and Exploitation of Children Law para tuluyan nang matuldukan ang mga krimen sa Facebook, YouTube at iba pang social media sites,” Hontiveros said.

PNP-ACG spokesperson Police Lieutenant Michelle Sabino explained that the agency has been monitoring the channel before it went viral. PNP finds it hard to locate the person behind the channel.

“It takes time. Kasi kailangan kumagat siya sa bait eh. You have to understand na mayroong kailangang i-undercover… Kaya lang naging viral na siya. That’s what’s hard. Siyempre hindi na namin mae-engaged ‘yun dahil alam na niya na out in the open na mino-monitor na siya,” Sabino said.

Usapang Diskarte

YouTube has already removed the channel after it violated the community standards and received a lot of reports. The authorities will also ask for the identity of the personalities behind the channel.

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