Back in 2016, we started an experiment. We asked a few of our reporters to pose as underage girls on mobile chat apps, to see how many sex predators would proposition them.
The results absolutely shocked us. Every time we activated the “friend finder” feature on these apps, we were almost guaranteed to receive obscene sexual advances.
PREDATOR IN MY PHONE documents the undercover operations our journalists performed to find out more about these sex predators – and to help the police nail them.
Thanks for your support in passing the Sexual Offences against Children Act 2017. Now, let’s take it to the next step.
We should never have to wait for a child to suffer sexual abuse before the law steps in to protect them.
Are you a survivor of online or offline sexual abuse?
Together with our partners, we would like to hear what happened and direct you to people who can help.
For many victims suffering from self-blame and stigma, Takahara Suiko’s Sejarah Hitam Kami Tumblr account is where their stories can be shared, without fear of judgment or prejudice.
Sexual abuse survivors have been sharing their stories with R.AGE, hoping it will help others who are going through what they did.
We codenamed this man “K-Boy”. He booked a hotel room for our first meet-up. Watch the full video.
This man asked our journalist, who was posing as a 15-year-old, to have sex on their first date.
How can you help change the law to protect children.
Successful chat apps are worth billions of dollars, but they come at a cost to our children’s safety.
We can talk about digital safety all we want, but without a change in our mindsets, our youth will remain unsafe online, said experts at Unicef’s #ReplyForAll-MY town hall.
R.AGE infiltrated an international human trafficking ring which uses private colleges in Malaysia to exploit young Bangladeshis.
A campaign calling for the first week of April to be made into a National Kindness Week.