Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Software expert who recently worked at the National Institutes of Health is accused of distributing child pornography by uploading sexually explicit videos

A 62-year-old software expert who recently worked at the National Institutes of Health is accused of distributing child pornography by uploading sexually explicit videos onto a peer-sharing computer network, according to police allegations filed in court.
There is no indication, based on the initial filings this month, that Vince Sempronio shared pornography while on the job at the biomedical research agency headquartered in Montgomery County. He worked there as a contractor for the American Red Cross, according to NIH and Red Cross officials.
He is charged with six counts of distribution of child pornography and two counts of possessing child pornographic photographs...

...Detectives who work these kinds of cases see offenders from all walks of life, including computer professionals, coaches and teachers, said Lt. Matthew Kail of the Maryland State Police, a commander of the state’s Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force. “We try to keep up with the latest technology,” Kail said. “The predators are always looking for the latest tools.”

1 comment:

  1. He'll blame it on Russian hackers.

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