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But "doing whatever the customer asked" eventually took its toll. Whether part of large international criminal syndicates or smaller operations, their independent nature and lack of coordinated structure make it easy for cyber-sex operations to remain hidden, she said.According to Andrey Sawchenko, National Director at the International Justice Mission Philippines, the private nature of the technology allows the crime to take place in a venue that law enforcement can't easily access -- and that makes it harder to gather evidence against perpetrators.She is now a star witness in a case against her abusers, but she said she has received death threats and that has prevented the case from progressing."I want them to be punished but I have moved far away to Manila because I am scared for my life," she said.I'd like to say I've made some improvements since, but months later, I stick suck at it.My partner and I repeat the same things over and over to each other, and all they basically amount to is "I like having sex with you." On top of that, the view of myself on-cam makes me way self-conscious.She thought she was leaving her impoverished life for an opportunity to earn money to finish high school.Instead, she became another victim caught up in the newest but no less sinister world of sexual exploitation -- cyber-sex trafficking.

In 2011, the Philippines successfully prosecuted its first case of cyber-sex trafficking against two Swedish nationals and three Filipinos.

Although there have been more than 100 convictions under the country's Anti-Trafficking in Persons law of 2003, this was the first case that specifically punished someone for cyber-sex operations.

"It gives a strong message to the traffickers: 'We know you are out there now and we are going to get you,'" said Ramores.

"I was told if I tried to escape, the police would put me in jail. I was very innocent -- I grew up without TV and had never left my village before," she explained. Jo Alforque, Advocacy Officer with End Child Prostitution, Child Pornography and Trafficking of Children for Sexual Purposes (ECPAT Philippines), an NGO working to combat child sexual exploitation, explained that because cyber-sex dens can be located anywhere -- from Internet cafes to private homes and offices -- they are extremely difficult to identify.

Convinced that earning enough money to finish her education was the only way to help her family out of poverty, Andrea forced herself to work. Anyone who has a computer, internet and a Web cam can be in business.

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