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cybersex

(sī'bĕr-seks),
Sexual stimulation through use of computer-based sexual images or exchanges.
[cyber-, pertaining to electronic computing, fr. G. kybernaō, to pilot, steer, + sex]
A form of long-distance eroticism in which one’s sexual fantasies are relayed to another participant in a real-time computer chat forum, who may self-stimulate himself/herself to a point of sexual gratification
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The illegal global cybersex trade involving Filipino children came to light in 2012, with the arrest of Timothy Ford by the Northamptonshire police.
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The shamed star, who plays Dirty Den Watts, apologised after being caught taking part in cybersex, saying it was a moment's stupidity for which he was ashamed.
The shamed star, who plays "Dirty Den" Watts, apologised after being caught taking part in cybersex, saying it was "a moment's stupidity".