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Thai cybersex traffickers are targeting teenage boys from wealthy backgrounds, often luring them by posing as young girls, the deputy head of a child sex abuse task force said Monday.Anyone found possessing child pornography for personal entertainment purposes can face a jail term of up to five years and a maximum fine of 100,000 baht ($3,200).No data exists on the number of child victims of cybersex trafficking.Since it was set up four years ago, TICAC has investigated 151 cases of internet-facilitated sexual exploitation, of which 44 are related to human trafficking.
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