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Is sextortion the new ransom kidnapping?

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SextortionSextortion is New Ransom Kidnapping
March 04, 2024
Nahal Garakani - LA Post

In a world where technology is becoming more prevalent, sextortion has become a terrifying crime. This is when con artists demand intimate photographs from their victims in exchange for monetary bribes; if the victim does not pay, they threaten to distribute the images.

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