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They exchanged a few messages, but Sandack did not hear from her again until July 12, when they messaged for about three hours that afternoon. Sandack told police the woman was in her early 20s with long black hair and her appearance did not match the photos attached to the Skype and Facebook accounts.
Concurrent with this is the burgeoning growth of the industry known as child sex tourism in Asian holiday destinations, affording many paedophiles the opportunity to build “sugar daddy” relationships with local children and their families by bringing gifts and money when they arrive for a “holiday”, and fostering the relationship online at a distance.This literally brings child pornography into anyone’s living room.The paedophile can have sex “on demand”, without leaving his own house.ASK ANYONE WHO works in the area of cyber crime prevention to describe their job and you’ll most likely be told that it’s like running to stand still.Just as we all enjoy discovering the benefits that each new wave of digital technology brings us, so too do others enjoy discovering what new criminal capabilities the latest development affords them.Sandack moved to the House in 2013 and was up for re-election Nov.
8 against Democratic attorney Greg Hose, also of Downers Grove.
The recent publicity surrounding the release of the video and report on webcam child sex abuse by Dutch children’s rights organisation Terre des Hommes (translated as Earth for Mankind, from Antoine de Saint Exupery’s book, better known as author of The Little Prince) illustrates how we as a society can be taken aback by the uses that digital technology can be put to and the endless resourcefulness of those determined to use it for their own nefarious purposes.
Terre des Hommes have worked in the field of children’s rights for well over 45 years.
Bruce Rauner abruptly resigned this summer blaming fraudulent social media accounts and politics getting "too ugly," there was much head-scratching, eyebrow-raising and theorizing among the Capitol crowd. Ron Sandack was a firebrand on the House floor unafraid to tear into what he perceived as shortcomings of Democratic leadership and Speaker Michael Madigan, so the departure was unexpected.
Those wondering what the heck happened got some answers Friday, courtesy of a police report and mea culpa statement from Sandack himself: He left amid an extortion scam in which he twice wired money to the Philippines after engaging in "inappropriate online conversations" with a woman who contacted him on Facebook.
Sandack announced his resignation from office on July 24, saying "cybersecurity issues" made him re-evaluate continued public service.