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CR: Alan, could you talk a little bit about sadness?AR: Yes, I think so, but I’m always worried that I might make something that upsets them.

It was shortly thereafter that we lost control of the interview. If you’re interested in reading the unedited second half of the transcript in full, however, you can download it here: Follow Alan at @alanresnicks, and follow @carryonbaggage for details about upcoming interviews.

Across the region, state police in Maryland and Virginia have received thousands of tips about possible child exploitation routed into their Internet Crimes Against Children task forces so far this year, helping lead to hundreds of arrests. Jane Burns, who supervises the Fairfax County Police Department’s child exploitation unit, likened it to putting your hand in a bucket of sand.

“You pull it out and there’s others to fill it right back in.” Back inside the conference room, the detective’s computer screen lit up with private messages from other users in the chat room.

The detective said the barrage of adult content they track during times of the day when students aren’t in class can be even more intense.

“It’s not necessarily your kids going on and looking for that sort of thing, but they’re being approached with that kind of content,” Burns said.

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