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[NEW UPDATE] Two Young Boys Re-Enacted Sex After Watching Porn. What Now?

Curiousity took over after two primary school boys managed to access an adult movie site on the school computer. Now, the two young boys are sex offenders.

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How did the two boys get access to porn on the school computer?

Netizens and NGOs are united in their concern over the inappropriate content children can access of the web.

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A study by Malaysia Communications and Multimedia Commission in 2012 shows that children below 15 years contribute to 11% of the national home internet users and children aged 15-19 years contribute to about 8.6% of internet users.

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P Nagasayee Malathy, Executive Director of Protect and Save The Children (P.S. The Children) says that although there has been no research done on children accessing inappropriate content online, studies show that young children are a prominent presence on the Internet.

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Cheok Hoong Poh, General Manager of Shelter Home for Children, believes that the potential of children coming across inappropriate material is high due to the easy access to the Internet. “Influence of friends is another reason for our children going to inappropriate websites”.

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Cheok cites "lack of education, lack of supervision and monitoring" as the cause of sexual abuse cases among plaintiffs this young.

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Porn can affect and confuse children psychologically and socially

“Access to obscene materials to a child in any form (online or offline) would affect the child in terms of psycho social aspects. This may also lead to the child sexually abusing other children because of the anxiety or mixed feeling which may lead to a confused state of mind,” she adds.

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“While the abused child may have feelings such as confusion, guilt and fear; the children who were involved in the incident may also feel guilt, fear and cluelessness,” she said.

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“P.S. The Children strongly recommends that the survivor as well as the boys who are alleged to have committed the act should undergo healing process through appropriate therapy such as Play Therapy,” said Malathy.

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Parents and school must practice supervision and control when children are using the internet

Lily (not her real name) who is a parent and lecturer, says that parents and teachers should be more vigilant in knowing what their children are up to on the Internet. “Setting up proper "parental controls" in the home and schools are important, as are moral boundaries (knowing the difference between right and wrong),”

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“The Internet is an indispensable part of our society so it is not possible or feasible to stop children from accessing it. Therefore, careful supervision and controls must be kept up-to-date as youths are becoming more tech-savvy,” she added.

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Melissa (not a real name), a teacher, expressed her surprise that the two brothers were able to access such material on their school’s computer. “As far as I know, the website blocking system is quite stringent at schools,” said Melissa.

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Parents and teachers should have open discussions with children about sex to quench their curiousity

Melissa says that parents and teachers should also have open and age appropriate discussions with children about sexual activities.

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“Children are impressionable and that's where good parenting needs to come into play. Parents need to help children distinguish what is right and wrong and avoid using the computer or television as an "electronic nanny" that can influence the youths if left unsupervised,” said Lily.

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She says that “Children are naturally curious creatures, and if they are not told, then they will use whatever means they have to find out. Isn't it better that we teach it to them properly rather than them having 'adult websites' as their only point of reference?”

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Two brothers aged 7 and 10, allegedly forced a Standard 1 girl to perform oral sex on them

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MALACCA: Two brothers, one in Year Four and the other in Year Two, allegedly forced a Year One girl to perform oral sex on them after the duo browsed an adult movie site on their school computer.

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The boys watched porn on the school's computer and wanted to re-enact what they saw

The boys watched a porn on the school's computer and wanted to re-enact what they saw

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Sources told The Star that the boys had accessed adult sites that were not filtered by the blocking software.

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The brothers apparently had watched a movie at the school’s computer lab and later invited the girl to their house in Tanjung Minyak Utama here to re-enact what they had seen.

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The vicitm's mother says the boys invited the girl to their house to "help her with her homework"

The girl’s 25-year-old mother lodged a police report on Monday after her daughter told her about the incident. In her report, the mother claimed the brothers had “romanced” her daughter by inviting her on the pretext of helping her with homework.

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Malacca Action Group for Parents (Magpie) chairman says schools should have better monitoring and internet security tools to block inappropriate sites

Malacca Action Group for Parents (Magpie) chairman Mak Chee Kin said the state education department should probe the shocking case as it involved primary school pupils.

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“The department should investigate whether children at school are watching pornography,” he said, adding that schools should also install web-filtering software to block minors from visiting inappro­priate sites.

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“Magpie has received information that some schools here are not stringent in monitoring Internet usage. “The Education Department should also commission Internet security firms to monitor computer use in schools.”

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Mak said pupils were becoming competent at bypassing standard blocking systems and firewalls, but added that there was software to monitor web use which could automatically alert teachers when an inappropriate page was being viewed.

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