The ethical implications of putting vigilantes on the front line in the battle against child sex abuse.
Rather than solving any problems, sex bots could be empowerment tools for those who sexually offend against women and children. But more evidence is needed to know for sure.
Most child sex abuse happens within families, but we still cling on to the Victorian idea of paedophiles as outsiders.
By placing institutional abuse within its larger context, the royal commission has made the prevention and identification of child sex offending a collective responsibility.
There are some online child sex abuse offences in Australia for which a defendant’s claim that they were purely fantasising could excuse criminal liability.
Finding out how 'real' the relationship is between online groomers and their child victims.
New laws are needed to keep up with the growing problem of imported child sex dolls and robots.
Alexis Jay seems to realise failure is not an option – but she needs to bail out what looks like a sinking ship.
New research offers valuable insights into the linguistic strategies used to groom child victims.
Indonesia's decision to allow forced chemical castration as punishment for those who sexually abuse children is controversial.
A popular misconception is that most child sex offenders were once victims themselves.
Some child sex offenders don’t even realise what they are doing is wrong; they genuinely believe they are showing the children "love".
It's time to stop panicking about paedophiles and start offering help.
Spotlight tells the story of the investigative team at The Boston Globe which uncovered the extent of the child sexual abuse scandal in the Catholic Church in Boston.
The sexual abuse of children is, understandably, a key concern for the public. But misperceptions about those who perpetrate it abound in public debate.
Ever since the Jimmy Savile affair, the police have been investigating historical child abuse on an unprecedented scale.
The Internet Watch foundation is to share its database of abusive image digital signatures in a drive to clean up the internet.
A study examining why paedophiles sexually abuse young children highlights their own childhood adversities and socio-cultural factors as some of the reasons.
The pope has announced a tribunal to shine a light on clerical abuse – but the Catholic church is in an irretrievable moral bind.
Groups like Letzgo Hunting claim to fill the gaps left by inefficient police work, but does their approach undermine police work and treatment?