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The purpose of Traffick Cam is to create a database of hotel room images that an investigator can efficiently search, in order to find other images that were taken in the same location as an image that is part of an investigation.Traffick Cam was created in 2015 by the Exchange Initiative.Teenagers trapped in webcam sex stings are being blackmailed by foreign "sextortion gangs" - with some youngsters committing suicide as a result.More than 30 Britons a day fall for the webcam sex scams, a Mirror investigation reveals today.but this is the only way out."In the morning, he was found dead.The Daily Mirror went to Africa to find how this teenager and another Briton were driven to take their own lives by criminals in the Ivory Coast.And that has brought this whole issue to attention.JEFFREY BROWN: Well, Amy Ziering, you did manage to talk to a remarkable number of women. AMY ZIERING, Producer, “The Hunting Ground”: Because of the frequency that these crimes are committed on our campuses, it actually wasn’t hard to find people.
Traffickers regularly post photographs of their victims posed in hotel rooms for online advertisements.One teenager stung by an Ivory Coast gang told his blackmailer after being online for just 100 minutes: "I'd rather go and shoot myself, you f***ing trash making people do this."The coldhearted criminal replied: "I thank you I want your money more I will share your video bye?"Minutes later, the victim typed his suicide note which read: "I was getting blackmailed by someone for £800 so they sent a video around of me and ruined my life."I am so sorry …WOMAN: They protect perpetrators because they have a financial incentive to do so. I spoke to Kirby Dick and Amy Ziering at this year’s Sundance Film Festival.JEFFREY BROWN: The film is called “The Hunting Ground,” and it’s a disturbing look at what it presents as an epidemic of sexual assaults at colleges around the country, including the Ivy Leagues and large state universities. JEFFREY BROWN: From fraternities to athletics, a wide swathe of campus culture comes under scrutiny, as producer Amy Ziering and director Kirby Dick interviewed victims at dozens of schools over the past year-and-a-half. WOMAN: Sixteen thousand, one hundred and fifty service members were assaulted in 2009. JEFFREY BROWN: That film, nominated for an Academy Award for best documentary, eventually led to changes in the way the U. KIRBY DICK, Director, “The Hunting Ground”: There’s been quite a few studies that show that the rate of sexual assault, it’s between 16 and 20 percent of undergraduate women are sexually assaulted in college.