Philippine guy on webcam
He was visiting the wake of a Filipino whose body was found this month in a freezer at an abandoned apartment in Kuwait, with signs of torture.
The killing was the final straw for Duterte, who asked commercial airlines to help the voluntary repatriation of workers from Kuwait.
UK Ambassador to the Philippines Asif Ahmad said: “Cybercrime comes in many shapes and forms.
It recognizes no national boundaries and can affect every one of us.
Potential victims were also traced to Australia, Korea and Malaysia in addition to the hundreds of individuals in Hong Kong and Singapore already reported as victims.
The international cooperation displayed by the different law enforcement agencies across the world in this investigation should send a message to those who commit cybercrime – there is nowhere to hide.” Material seized during Operation Strikeback will be analyzed by specialist officers from the involved countries in order to identify any additional victims and for follow-up investigations.
Whilst Operation Strikeback targeted sextortion networks, this is just one type of online sexual abuse which INTERPOL is working to combat in coordination with law enforcement and specialist agencies.
The Philippine labour ministry wants Kuwait to be able to assure safety of Filipinos before the ban can be lifted.
Duterte said a list of both reported and unreported cases of mistreatment of Filipino migrant workers would be prepared, which he described as "a long, long task", without mentioning any timetable.
The blackmailer then threatens to share these images in order to coerce the child to make additional, and usually more explicit images.