Sex chat in wechat

Innovating and moving away from traditional sex marketing techniques, Jiang, Zhang and Gu set up several groups on We Chat with members that included middlemen, photographers, photo editors and sex workers.In the groups, members and administrators would send sex workers' and customers' information to each other.If you look up the online profiles of these beautiful women, you can find extensive biographies detailing their personal information including when they got their break in the entertainment industry, the awards they have won and the names of the magazines and films in which they have featured.

Wenzhou police in Zhejiang Province detain six sex workers in a raid in 2012.

Photo: CFPOn We Chat, China's most popular instant messaging platform, some chat groups have promised they could arrange models and pop stars to be sexual partners for those willing to pay the high price.

Also, the operators should enforce greater supervision of pornographic photographs and set up an Internet alarm system so that such pornographic content could be removed instantly," he continued.

"Groups who released illegal content should also be blocked or deleted."In fact, the Shenzhen We Chat prostitution case also reflects the fact that some search engine companies may have been involved in the practice of releasing information only after receiving certain amount of money, while the fact that search engines allowed the sex workers' fictitious information to be uploaded is one of the key factors that assisted their illegal activities.

Police however found that Du's real surname is Jiang, and that she was the ringleader of a We Chat sex work group.

Jiang used We Chat to establish a group named "Shenzhen entertainment circle" with two other suspects surnamed Zhang and Gu.

They simply pretend to be celebrities so they can charge their customers more money for their services.

On May 5, the People's Procuratorate of Shenzhen, Guangdong Province, arrested five people who were involved in soliciting prostitution via We Chat, and this case has brought online prostitution into light.

The Guangdong Provincial Public Security Department announced early this year that they dealt with more than 4,500 prostitution cases in 2014, arresting 6,357 people, a 260 percent increase year on year.

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