Choose Your Nickname Carefully If You Plan On Hunting For Child Porn On Peer-To-Peer Networks
As we’ve previously pointed out, the Internet appears filled with perverts and deviants.
And many of these degenerates use peer-to-peer networks to search for (and/or share) illicit images and videos of children. Federal agents, of course, spend much time monitoring these networks--like Gigatribe--looking for suspects possessing child pornography.
Some creeps, thankfully, make it easy for investigators to recognize their illegal intentions, as seen in the above excerpt from a March 29 search warrant affidavit sworn by a Department of Homeland Security agent.
The DHS raid on a Texas residence was prompted by the probe target’s downloading of several videos depicting boys involved in explicit sexual activity with adult males.