The word “child trafficking” was used in the same sentence as the words “child” and “education” in an October report from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.
The NCMEC report, released in November, was titled, “The Impact of Child Pornography on Youth.”
It said a staggering 90 percent of the child pornography being sold online and purchased by minors is “consensual.”
The report found that there are now 2.3 million videos online, with nearly one in five available for viewing.
A third of those videos are of minors engaged in sexual acts.
The NCMES report cited a 2015 report from Child Trends, a research firm, which found that the majority of the pornography on the internet was produced by a single person or family.
Child porn can be found on YouTube, Vimeo, Pornhub, Vevo, PornHub Plus, Vivid.com, ThePirateBay, and many others.
In many cases, the videos are made by adults who have used their connections to purchase the material.
The report says that many of the online platforms have policies in place to stop child exploitation and abuse.
“We believe that it’s critical that we educate and educate well,” the report said.
“It is important that all our educators, educators in our community, parents, and parents in our communities are aware of the dangers of child exploitation online, and how to spot the signs of child pornography and the risks that these videos pose to children.”