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Statistics show a sharp rise in the number of sexual predators who prowl the Internet looking for vulnerable children, then make arrangements to meet the child for sex (Andrews 2000a).

A disturbing number of recent traveler cases involve men who are first-time offenders with no criminal history of sexual activity towards minors.

Some high profile cases include Patrick Naughton, a top executive at Infoseek/Go.com, Terry Spontarelli, a Los Alamos research chemist, and George De Bier, a former Belgian diplomat (Andrews, 2000b).

More importantly, this paper differentiates patterns of online behavior of virtual sex offenders that suggest they are fantasy users who dabble in pedophilic themes compared to classic sex offenders who seek out children for sexual gratification.

The results will assist law enforcement agencies and Cyber-Crime units in the development of more accurate indicators for pedophile profiling online and facilitate a greater understanding among the psychiatric community of Internet-enabled pathology and its role in criminal conduct.

Fantasy users often progressed into sexually more explicit dialogue as a novelty created through cyberspace, and within the anonymous context of these virtual environments, gradually experimented with more obscene types of chat.

Fantasy users hid their online interactions from others, and despite feelings of guilt or shame, continued to engage in such acts.

Psychologists have begun to question how the anonymous availability of child-oriented sexual material not only creates an ideal breeding ground for pedophiles but also how this opens up a Pandora’s Box for unsuspecting users (Farella 2002).

Unlike in the physical world, conventional messages about sexual behavior are ignored in cyberspace.

The study found 8% of users showed signs of sexually compulsive online behavior and that among both men and women "the most powerful and potentially problematic" interactions happened in online chat rooms.

According to the study, this “seems to corroborate an association of sexually compulsive or addictive behavior with social isolation.” Consistently, Young (2004) found that online sexual compulsives became increasingly socially isolated as they retreated into a sexual fantasy world inside the computer.

According to a CBS News report, the FBI alone opens up six new traveler investigations every week (Andrews, 2000b).