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Germany Busts One Of World's Biggest Child Porn Network On Darknet

Following a series of raids in mid-April, the German police disclosed of taking down 'one of the largest darknet child pornography sites in the world.’ Detaining four owners, the police revealed that the platform 'Boystown' was operating since 2019 with over 400,000 members. In the seven raids across Germany, three men of age group 40 to 64 were apprehended. Netherlands, Sweden, the US, and Canada have supported the operation.

Mon, 03 May 2021 - 06:52 PM / by Anvitha Shetty

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