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She was in fact placed in school, but, gradually, there were demands, and they escalated, to display herself before strangers online, then to perform sexually and with Arraz in front of the camera.GIRL (through interpreter): He would wake me up to say there was a customer online and he wanted us to perform while the customer was watching. FRED DE SAM LAZARO: In time, the cyber-sex had escalated to plain old prostitution.Recent studies have shown that anywhere from 100 to more than 300 thousand Filipinos are trafficked each year; 80 percent, four out of five, are under the age of 18.The government, under international pressure, has stepped up enforcement.FRED DE SAM LAZARO: At the police cyber-crime center, officer Ivy Castillo explained one of the many ways that vulnerable young women are tricked into the trade. It has all the trappings of a glamorous fashion model agency, especially to a young rural Filipina girl.

FRED DE SAM LAZARO: It was when both girls were in a hotel one day that Arraz was nabbed as he negotiated with two undercover detectives posing as customers.

These two 15-year-olds were rescued in a police sting from a cyber-porn racket.

Their alleged pimp, a man named Jerrie Arraz began as a good samaritan neighbor. FRED DE SAM LAZARO: This young woman is the 11th of 12 children in a family from one of the many rural Philippine islands beset by poverty and often natural disasters.

FRED DE SAM LAZARO: The next steps call for more revealing images, just the torso, not the face, they’re assured, giving the false impression that it’s unidentifiable.

The young woman won’t make the connection that computer software will, until it’s too late.

FRED DE SAM LAZARO: It was when both girls were in a hotel one day that Arraz was nabbed as he negotiated with two undercover detectives posing as customers.

These two 15-year-olds were rescued in a police sting from a cyber-porn racket.

Their alleged pimp, a man named Jerrie Arraz began as a good samaritan neighbor. FRED DE SAM LAZARO: This young woman is the 11th of 12 children in a family from one of the many rural Philippine islands beset by poverty and often natural disasters.

FRED DE SAM LAZARO: The next steps call for more revealing images, just the torso, not the face, they’re assured, giving the false impression that it’s unidentifiable.

The young woman won’t make the connection that computer software will, until it’s too late.

GIRL (through interpreter): There was a time when my mother need money because my stepfather was in jail. FRED DE SAM LAZARO: Her mother: WOMAN (through interpreter): He was really kind. Opportunities are scarce, so, at 12, the offer of a scholarship from a kindly stranger, a man visiting to her village, was hard to resist.