Please refresh the page and retry. C hild sex abusers such as Gary Glitter - who was free to travel to Asia to attack young girls - must be banned from travelling abroad to commit further attacks, a government-ordered inquiry has warned. For example, between and , UK nationals requested consular assistance abroad after being arrested for child sex offences. It is clear that children are particularly vulnerable in places with high levels of poverty and corruption, the report said, and that disaster areas can also pose risks for children. Publishing its findings, the Inquiry concluded that gaps in the legal system are allowing sex offenders such as Gary Glitter and Richard Huckle to travel abroad and target vulnerable children in less developed countries. It said that "more radical measures" need to be taken to increase the number of foreign travel restriction orders being made, and suggested a national action plan to "help ensure a coordinated response on the issue and also raise public awareness".
CES banned sex tech last year. Now it's all the rage
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This Wild and Wonderful Sex Toy Was Banned From CES—but Now It's Back
One year clearly can be a very long time. But a year later, the company has returned to the show floor in Las Vegas with two new sex toys, Baci and Onda. However, the CTA went away and probably had a rethink. And onwards to CES This year, we are at CES to continue to reshape how people think about sex tech.