The distribution of pornography, including child pornography, is increasingly taking place with more sophisticated means that are difficult to investigate. The greatest difficulties in combating technological crime are the need for a very precise and novel legal regulation and the fact that it must be an international struggle. The UN has tried on several occasions to approve an international regulation on this matter. There was an attempt at an agreement in 2010 that did not prosper, despite the “obvious transnational nature of this type of crime.”

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