Miguelañez said that the material confiscated came from various sources such as Eastern European, Asian and Ibero American countries, but there were also photographs and videos produced in Spain. The operations were part of a high-priority police crackdown on child pornography and were the most extensive ever undertaken in Spain.
Using the P2P software, those using the illicit group would need passwords to send each other pornographic material without having to post it on a Web page. Investigations started in June 2004, following a routine exchange of information between the special computer investigation brigade and other European police forces. Last month police broke up a group of paedophiles who raped babies and distributed pictures of their crimes over the Internet. One of the group advertised as a cut-price babysitter.
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