How Torrential Downpour Software Tracks Child Pornography

Lee Berlin
The only practice in Oklahoma limited to servicing clients charged with sex crimes and crimes against children
The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children has a program known as Torrential Downpour that identifies known child pornography distributed through P2P file-sharing networks and hacks into your system. When images are sent to local law enforcement, you can be charged with both possession and distribution of child pornography.