Child sex abuser arrested based on Google data
Dhaka, June 1: Inzamamul Islam, 26, sexually assaulted several children and filmed it. When he uploaded the video to Google, it came to the notice of the technology company. They sent that information to the Bangladesh administration through the US authorities. Based on this information, the Cyber Police Center (CPC) of the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) of the police arrested the perpetrator.
This information was given in a press release of CID on Thursday (June 1).
According to the CID, in 2019, the youth first sexually assaulted a person. He then sexually assaulted one child after another under various inducements. He took pictures and videos of these incidents and stored them in the storage of his mobile phone and Google Drive.
Recently, Google informed the Us-based National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) about the presence of such a scene on Inzamamul Islam's mobile phone. They informed the Police Headquarters of Bangladesh.
Later, on the instructions of the police headquarters, the Cyber Police Center (CPC) of the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) of the police conducted an investigation and identified the youth.
Inzamamul Islam was arrested in a raid at Baniarchala area of Bhabanipur under Joydebpur police station in Gazipur district on Wednesday.
According to the CID release, during the arrest of Inzamamul, a lot of information about nude pictures, videos and child pornography was found on the mobile phone used by him. A case has been filed against him with Paltan Model Police Station under the Pornography Control Act.
The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) is a US-based non-profit organization. They work for children's rights, including ending child sexual abuse, eliminating child pornography.
Technology companies registered in the United States, such as Facebook, Google and Microsoft, formally reported to NCMEC information about the use of child sex on their networks, sexual abuse.
CID has been associated with NCMEC since 2021. They got this information from that source.