In Stacey Dooley Investigates, the presenter is horrified to discover that children as young as two are being forced to perform sex acts for the titillation of paying customers around the globe who watch via webcams.
So far this year 139 Brits alone have already been investigated for paying to watch Filipino children online - but that number is just the tip of the iceberg.
Some of the 31 people found in an alleged internet porn operation exposed by the National Bureau of Investigation in Manila in 2014.
A series of chilling images reveal the truth behind a Filipino cyber-sex den where girls as young as 11 are lined up for paedophiles to hand-pick who they want to see abused on webcam.
The rise of the internet comes along online predators who created cybersex dens and took advantage of poverty.
For them, it’s an opportunity to earn lots of cash, even at the expense of young and innocent children.
Most come from impoverished backgrounds and earn €2 a night from the abuse, which goes a long way in the Philippines Vile: A suspected British paedophile chats over webcam.
Journalist Peter Bridge - not his real name - came across many men like him in a two year investigation into the depraved multi-billion dollar industry Horror: Bridge's investigation has led to a number of girls being rescued - but he says it is just the tip of the iceberg, and has vowed to continue to fight the industry - despite receiving death threats Hotspot: The Philippines is the top destination for predators in search of webcam child sex tourism, with some even travelling to the country to pay between €8 and €30.
They agreed.” The girls were then sent to his hotel room, armed with hidden cameras.
The UN and FBI suspect that there are up to 750,000 people online at any one time hunting for children to exploit.
She explained: 'We created accounts using African and European children but as soon as we tried a Filipino child, we were swamped with predators from all over the world.
Peter then interviewed them to find out how they were treated.
He explained, “Girls as young as 12 work independently recruiting friends.