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   fraction are assigned to fight against CSAM.

  • The NCMEC receives an average of 80,000 reports a day.

  • The FBI is overwhelmed and drowning in these reports, and is

forced to triage only the worst cases that require immediate
attention. This, of course, is their fault for expending all
available resources on investigating and prosecuting other

  • There are an estimated 500,000 online predators active each day.

  • In the United States alone, there are more than 900,000

   registered sex offenders.

Why aren't my reports not heard?

The above facts help answer this looming question. Only a fraction of FBI agents actually work on CSAM and similar child sexual abuse cases, out of a total of approx. 35,000 FBI agents assigned to other functions in the Bureau.

The FBI do not respond to CSAM reports send to them directly. Instead, they have outsourced the receiving of reports through the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC). 


The NCMEC then triage reports based on severity, because the FBI do not have the investigative resources to respond to each report even when a crime is being comitted. Therefore, they seem to only investigate and prosecute the worst offenders. 

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