Where there are laws in place, how are we to combat this predatory type of behaviour?One way is for the police to pretend to be children in online spaces and wait for the predators to come to them.Turnbull told Trump several times the agreement was for 1,250 refugees, not 2,000.
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.
The investigations involved police officers posing as girls aged between 13 and 16 accessing the internet in order to uncover adults who were seeking to procure children online for sexual activity.
And while his earlier conversations weren't necessarily contentious, they did involve some tense moments.
Merkel and Hollande pushed back on the travel ban over the phone.
Merkel felt she had to explain the Geneva Convention to Trump -- a lecture a source has said Trump chafed at.
CNN has also learned details about the Friday phone call between Trump and Peña Nieto, who canceled an in-person visit with Trump after the US President insisted Mexico pay for a border wall between the two countries.
Various facilities are available to search out others with similar backgrounds or interests.
If a child enters an online chat room they may encounter an adult person, who may or may not be pretending to be a child, but who is on the lookout for a child to whom they can 'talk dirty', send obscene images, obtain sexually explicit pictures, engage in cybersex or meet for sex offline.
Many of them are from the seven countries affected by Trump's travel ban.