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Following this, I will discuss several of the problems encountered by researchers of cyberspace.These include the unavailability of data on the parameters of the population and the necessary dependence upon online interviews and questionnaires rather than face to face interviews.
One local victim paid up to US$15,000 to keep compromising material private.Abstract: Text based computer mediated communication (CMC) has recently been the focus of many ethnographic studies by social scientists.In my own research of cybersex, I followed the lead of these researchers and utilised ethnographic methods but encountered several significant difficulties.In May last year, police in the Philippines arrested 58 people involved in a global sextortion ring that snared more than 600 Hongkongers in a span of two years.The operation, which cracked three syndicates across northern parts of the country, was conducted in conjunction with Hong Kong police and Interpol.“Be alert when a pretty girl suddenly adds you on Facebook or on Skype,” said chief inspector Sean Lin.
The latest police figures show there were 766 ‘sextortion’ cases in the first nine months of this year.
The first form is computer mediated interactive masturbation in real time.
In this form of cybersex, users type instructions and descriptions of what they are "doing" to each other and to themselves while masturbating.
Most of the existing social scientific research of the online world has been ethnographic.
Given the prevalence of ethnographic methodology in the study of social phenomenon in text based virtual environments, it is surprising that it's use in cyberspace has yet to be analysed in any great detail.
“But the victim had no idea the so-called live video he was watching was a pre-recorded clip prepared by the gangs,” said Lin.