US and South Korean Law Enforcement take down Massive Child Porn Site

The US Department of Justice (DoJ) announced that through the cooperation of US, South Korean, and other law enforcement agencies across the globe, they have managed to take down a Dark Web child pornography website along with the arrest of the individual running the site. Further, the DoJ rescued several minors who were actively being abused by contributors to the website. According to the announcement the officials managed to seize approximately eight terabytes of material involving the exploitation of minors as well as further arresting more than 300 people worldwide involved with the website in one form or the other. The individual maintaining and operating the website, Welcome to Video, is a South Korean national named Jong Woo Son who has been indicted on nine separate counts by a federal grand jury sitting in the US District of Columbia. The Dark Web site is seen as the largest child sexual exploitation...

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