As you spend more time online, crimes that previously occurred face to face, such as harassment, credit card fraud, identity theft, and internet porn blackmailer, now occur online more often than the physical world. The PNP Anti-Cybercrime Group (ACG) warned internet users to be extra careful who you deal with on the internet. After the ACG operatives arrested a suspect who posed as a woman and duped a young student into sending him naked pictures, which he used to blackmail into giving him money in exchange for not uploading them online, the ACG team warns people to determine the real identities of the people you are dealing with in the internet, so as not to fall victims of these criminals.
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Revenge porn is any kind of sexual image or video posted online without your consent. This is often an image or video taken by or sent by someone you have been involved with, or in some cases secretly shot footage, as well as photos or videos you may have sent someone whom you thought you could trust not to share it.
These photographs or films which show people engaged in sexual activity or depicted in a sexual way or with their genitals exposed, where what is should would not usually be seen in public, can be classified as a victim. You should screenshot any virtual evidence and contact your cyber crime police team.
Here in the Philippines, we have the PNP ACG Anti Cybercrime Group. Please do not hesitate to contact them about your problem and story.
Anti-Cybercrime Group Building
Col. Lagman St., Bagong Lipunan Camp Crame,
Quezon City, Metro Manila 1100, Philippines
Telephone: 02 414 1560
Fax: 02 414 2199
Complaint action hotline: 0998 598 8116
Deputy Chief telephone: 02 723 0401 local 5514
Chief of Staff: 02 723 0401 local 5514
Women and Children Protection Center: 02 723 0401 local 5354
Cebu PPO Compound, Gaisano Street
Sudlon, Lahug, Cebu City
Telephone: 032 505 4167