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Ben Levin, former Ontario Deputy Education Minister pleaded guilty to child pornography charges earlier this spring. Crown counsel Allison Dellandrea read aloud several extremely graphic chat exchanges the former Ontario deputy minister of education had with undercover officers he believed were submissive mothers interested in having sex with their own children.

quality=75&strip=all&w=620" /WARNING GRAPHIC LANGUAGE Benjamin Levin was consistent and “realistic” in his descriptions of sexual assault of children during online chats and never once stressed that it was all for fantasy, the Crown argued during day two of his sentencing hearing on child porn charges.

Technology is an integral and everlasting component of the Canadian landscape.

Recent advances in technology have had many impacts on Canadians, and on child and youth exploitation.

Children in Canada are becoming increasingly Internet savvy with 84% of Canadian children “wired” (MNet 2000).

An uncomfortable reality is that the majority have no parental supervision while on the Internet; 60% participate in chat rooms and 15% had gone to meet someone they had met in a chat room; and, there is a general lack of parental computer proficiency which contributes to the dangerousness of the current situation (MNet 2000).

(a) a person who is, or who the accused believes is, under the age of eighteen years, for the purpose of facilitating the commission of an offence under subsection 153(1), section 155 or 163.1, subsection 212(1) or (4) or section 271, 272 or 273 with respect to that person;(b) a person who is, or who the accused believes is, under the age of 16 years, for the purpose of facilitating the commission of an offence under section 151 or 152, subsection 160(3) or 173(2) or section 280 with respect to that person; or Presumption re age (3) Evidence that the person referred to in paragraph (1)(a), (b) or (c) was represented to the accused as being under the age of eighteen years, sixteen years or fourteen years, as the case may be, is, in the absence of evidence to the contrary, proof that the accused believed that the person was under that age.

No defence (4) It is not a defence to a charge under paragraph (1)(a), (b) or (c) that the accused believed that the person referred to in that paragraph was at least eighteen years of age, sixteen years or fourteen years of age, as the case may be, unless the accused took reasonable steps to ascertain the age of the person.

Shielded by the anonymity of an assumed online name and profile, they aspire to gain the trust of their targeted victims through computer “chats” — and then to tempt or entice them into sexual activity, over the Internet or, still worse, in person.” This is an “inchoate” offence that is separate and apart from the sexual offence that it precedes.

– The purpose of s.172.1 is to “shut that door on predatory adults who, generally for a sexual purpose, troll the Internet for vulnerable children and adolescents.

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