Still from cartoon aimed at encouraging people who view images of child sexual abuse online to seek help
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Online videos reach out to viewers of child abuse images

A national internet video campaign has been launched reaching out to people who view images of child sexual abuse online and encouraging them to seek help.

The Lucy Faithfull Foundation (LFF) said it aimed to deter would-be offenders and encourage them to seek therapy before being arrested.

The cartoons feature warnings of the harm done by viewing such images.

Angus Crawford reports.

  • 13 Oct 2015
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