Chat and sex avatar
Sexual predators would open webcam connections with 'her', during which programmers would animate Sweetie as necessary in real time through motion capture.
however, Troels Ørting Jørgensen of the European Cybercrime Centre has expressed concerns that judges may consider Sweetie to have been entrapment, and thereby rule inadmissible any data ultimately sourced to Sweetie.
Albert Jaap Santbrink, executive director and activist from Terre des Hommes (featured in video above), said he had major concerns over what he called “webcam child sex tourism”, saying many of the children involved were as young as six years old.
“In only 10 minutes we traced one thousand men from all over the world who were willing to pay Sweetie to perform sexual acts in front of the webcam,” he told the press conference at the Hague.
Sophie Bot, described as ‘Siri for Sexual Information’, is an intelligent system which stores information about sex and reproductive health.
Users can interact with this information by chatting anonymously with other users. It's a familiar scenario in soap operas, but for one married couple it was all too real. Amy Taylor and David Pollard met in an online chatroom in 2003, got married and shared their interest in Second Life, a virtual world in which users create avatars to interact with each other.