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Alone in a hotel room with a man she’d met only half-an-hour earlier, Becky Stevens knew it was too late to back out.
For six months, the 15-year-old had been chatting online to ‘Stuart’ after meeting him on an internet dating site.
To add to concerns, mobile ‘dating apps’ are being created which allow people to locate strangers in a specific geographical area for ‘hook-ups’.
When we posted pictures of a respectably dressed Daily Mail writer under a false name, the profile attracted more than 70 messages within an hour from men wishing to indulge in sex — cyber or real.Worryingly, while the sites are intended for over 18s, neither conducted verifiable age checks.With the online porn and dating industries exploding — the latter is worth £2.5 billion worldwide — experts are increasingly worried that extreme, and often risky, sexual behaviour among young people is being normalised by the internet.Like many parents, her family was unaware how she was spending her time online.Becky, who lives near Exeter with her widowed mother, a childminder, says: ‘We’d check into cheap hotels, or they’d drive me somewhere and we’d have sex in the car.
My mum thought I was over at my friend’s house the whole time.’It would be easy to assume that such a degrading experience would put Becky off internet ‘dating’ for ever.