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Boys are more likely than girls to suffer the worst forms of online sexual exploitation, according to a report released by Interpol and an advocacy organization that highlights the largely unreported trend.Although girls account for two-thirds of the victims, the latest study said online images or videos depicting boys, including very young children, often involve more severe abuse, such as sadism and other forms of sexual assault.The Interpol database has identified over 12,000 victims since it was set up in 2009, but authorities are struggling to identify others.
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