It's a very worrying situation and more research is needed on the most effective punishment and treatment of offenders caught viewing child abuse pictures.
"Trying to stop the terrible trade in these images is obviously a huge task.
"But it mustn't be seen in isolation. It's part of a much bigger sexual abuse problem."
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