A NEW DETECTION OF CHILD PREDATOR’S CYBER HARASSERS ON SOCIAL MEDIA (2023)
K. Ramya Sri, K. Geethika, L. Chandana, M. Sruthi, N. Ramya JCR. 2023: 226-240
Professional psychologists need to understand the dangers of online sexual harassment and how to protect young people from sex predators using the internet. Although the net has several positive aspects, one in all the foremost pernicious aspects is its potential use for on-line sexual postulation. The internet shows a medium that allows sex predators to enter numerous children in a relatively anonymous environment. The main objective of our project is to detect child predator base on comments and post of social media account and send predator record to cyber cell admin. a recent national survey indicated that about one in five youth are solicited for sex over the internet annually (finkelhor, mitchell, & wolak, 2000; mitchell, finkelhor, & wolak, 2001). This project report presents our current development to enable the creation of the system. As a result, with the developed system, child predator accounts detection any report to admin for further action.
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