Ground-breaking research released by INTERPOL and ECPAT International into the online sexual exploitation of children suggests that when online images or videos of child sexual abuse depict boys or very young children, the abuse is more likely to be severe.

Towards a global indicatoron on unidentified victims in child sexual exploitation material - Technical Report - Interpol & ECPAT international, 2018 DOWNLOAD

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