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Negobot keeps track of its conversations with all users, both for future references and to keep a record that could be sent to the authorities if, in fact, the subject is determined to be a paedophile. The bot gives off only brief, trivial information, including name, age, gender and hometown.If the subject wants to keep talking, the bot may talk about favorite films, music, drugs, or family issues, but it doesn’t get explicit until sex comes into the conversation.The bot provides more personal information at higher levels, and it doesn’t shy away from sexual content.The Negobot will try to string along conversationalists who want to leave, with tactics such as asking for help with family, bullying or other typical adolescent problems.If the subject is sick of the conversation and uses less polite language to try to leave, the bot acts like a victim – a youngster nobody pays attention to and who just wants affection from somebody.From there, if the subject has stopped talking to the bot, the bot tries to exchange sex for affection.Is this starting to sound uncomfortably like entrapment? John Carr, a UK government adviser on child protection, told the BBC that overburdened police could be aided by the technology, but the software could well cross the line and entice people to do things they otherwise might not: The BBC reports that Negobot has been field-tested on Google chat and could be translated into other languages.Its researchers admit that Negobot has limitations – it doesn’t, for example, understand irony.Still, it sounds like a promising start to address the alarming rate of child sexual abuse on the internet.Hopefully, the researchers will keep it reined in so as to avoid entrapment – a morally questionable road that could, as Carr pointed out, ruin the chances for prosecutorial success. Are you comfortable with the premise, or does the chances of entrapment sour the concept for you? Follow @Lisa Vaas Follow @Naked Security Lisa has been writing about technology, careers, science and health since 1995.She rose to the lofty heights of Executive Editor for e WEEK, popped out with the 2008 crash and joined the freelancer economy.