Police tackle compensated dating apps
Prosecutors in Saxony confirmed on Wednesday afternoon that two arrests had been made and that 16 properties had been searched during the operation.
Thirteen of the raids took place in Dresden, three in Berlin, and one in Nuremberg, with officers seizing computers, mobile phones, and company records.
According to a report on , the country’s police have resorted to social media and GPS-enabled applications to locate gay and lesbian civilians.
LGBT activists in Egypt now warn the community to avoid travelling to places under surveillance or using technology that can be monitored by the authorities.
The findings confirm the application of the routine activity approach in the phenomenon of girls’ compensated dating, and also offer theoretical and practical implications.ABSTRACT: Compensated dating (CD) has emerged as a global concern since the 1990s.Although considerable empirical research has been conducted to assess the patterns of and factors influencing CD, limited information is currently available on the attitudes of guardians (e.g., social workers, police officers, parents of students, and community representatives) in a Chinese community toward this issue.“They often think of themselves as entrepreneurs ... “But they overestimate their ability to control the situation.
They think they are in control of the situation and say they have an agreement with their clients about boundaries and rules.This article presents public discourses on compensated dating of adolescent girls in Chinese society.