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Ron O'Grady

Globalization has led to an increase in the child sex trade, claims Ron O’Grady in the following viewpoint. The growth of international tourism as a result of globalization, O’Grady suggests, has enabled pedophiles to move easily from country to country in search of child prostitutes. He maintains, moreover, that the Internet provides pedophiles with access to vulnerable children and, because of its anonymity, shields sexual predators from prosecution. Ron O’Grady, of New Zealand, is the founder of the international organization End Child Prostitution, Child Pornography, and Trafficking (ECPAT), and author of The Rape of the Innocent.

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1. What prevailing view does the author suggest keeps the tourism industry from participating in efforts to combat child sex tourism"
2. What three features of the Internet have special significance...

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