ICPF report warns of sharp rise in demand for online pornography during lockdown | Kailash Satyarthi US

NEW DELHI: Indicating a sharp rise in demand for online child pornography during the lockdown, India Child Protection Fund (ICPF) has come out with a report to say that while in November – December, an average 5 million searches for child porn on the public web were made across 100 cities in India, now this demand may have increased by 100%.

ICPF – an organisations working on child protection and trafficking makes the claim of a 100% increase drawing upon inferences from “Pornhub” data and corroborating it with indications from online data monitoring websites that reflect a spike in searches for keywords like “child porn”, “sexy child” and “teen sex videos”.