The typical affair used to start in an office and move to a seedy hotel room.
In digital age, there’s no need to leave the house to have an affair.
The author seems to think he is some sort of comedic genius.
It reports on the 25 investigations into online grooming completed by the Queensland Police in the period June 2003 and September 2004 under the code name Task Force Argos, and includes a discussion of three successful prosecutions.
Then the instant gratification of online platforms like Twitter and Facebook went mainstream, providing us with yet another channel through which we could exercise our sexual restrain.
An online affair involves similar emotions to an affair in real life.
In addition, thanks to lack of advertising guidelines equivalent to those which exist in the offline world, these chat rooms were marketed and advertised on platforms easily accessible to children.
These results highlight an alarming security risk for children It is inevitable that security frameworks lag technological development, but parents need to be aware of these dangers, and industry organisations and the government need to tighten up on out-dated regulations and legislation in order to protect South African children.