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Others, though, spend so much time on cyber sex that their lives and relationships suffer.Cyber sex addiction has the same characteristics as any other addiction. A person with addiction to cyber sex feels cravings for an online "fix" much like an alcoholic craves a drink.
A doctor or therapist can help identify any underlying problems such as depression, low self-esteem, or fear of real-life relationships.Using the free sex chat features at Streamberry is as easy as clicking on the one that you want to use.You will immediately be brought to that chat room, where you can begin talking with strangers.The software can turn victims’ webcams on and off, access banking or other personal information, download new and potentially illegal content, and instruct the victim’s computer to help commit acts of criminality such as Distributed Denial of Service (DDo S) attacks.When the National Crime Agency (NCA) examined Rigo’s computer equipment they found a series of images that involved people engaged in sexual acts over Skype or in front of their computers.“Users of these tools are continuing to find that despite having no physical contact or interaction with their victims, they can still be identified, tracked down and brought to justice by the NCA and its partners.” The NCA has urged computer uses to avoid clicking on unknown links or files sent from unidentified or suspicious sources.
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Angela Mc Kenna, senior investigating officer for the NCA’s National Cyber Crime Unit, said: “Users of these tools are continuing to find that despite having no physical contact or interaction with their victims, they can still be identified, tracked down and brought to justice by the NCA and its partners.”To help reduce the risk to individuals and businesses from malicious RAT use, the NCA continues to urge everybody to avoid clicking on unknown links, or files sent from unidentified or suspicious sources”.
For further information please visit the NCA website.
In September 2015, Rigo attended Leeds Magistrates Court and was found guilty of voyeurism offences.
He was sentenced to a 40 week suspended sentence, seven years on the sex offenders register, 200 hours of unpaid work and the forfeiture of all his computer equipment.
With the increasing popularity of the Internet and the easy availability of pornographic websites, cyber sex addiction is becoming a problem.