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Kik: Kelly Shane Rice Oregon stepdad uses one year old to create child porn

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Kelly Shane Rice a Roseburg, Oregon stepfather is arrested after using his one year old stepdaughter to create child porn. The use of Kik app in nebulous arenas. 

Kelly Shane Rice a 29 year old Oregon man has been arrested after allegedly using his one year old infant stepdaughter to make child porn.

The stepfather’s arrest came after Homeland Security found evidence Rice had produced illicit images and shared it over private messaging app Kik.

The app grants its users anonymity as unlike others, it doesn’t require a working phone number – just a unique username. This, according to the app’s website, is so ‘users are always in complete control of who they talk to on Kik.’ 

The claim has led to debate that the app specifically appeals to nebulous activities, and serves as a barrier in the tracking of ‘activities’ by law enforcement.

Investigators nevertheless were able to track the uploads to the stepdad’s Roseburg home, where upon they executed a search warrant on November 2 reported oregonlive.

Homeland Security and state police say they found evidence that Rice had been using his one-year-old stepdaughter to produce the child porn.

‘During the search of the residence and the following investigation, it was discovered that one of the child pornographic images was produced at that residence,’ state police told KVAL 13.

Upon his arrest, Rice was charged with using a child in display of sexually explicit conduct; sex abuse, unlawful sexual penetration and encouraging child sex abuse.

He is currently in the Douglas County Jail and bail has been set at $1.1 million.

In a guide for law enforcement, Kik says names, emails and ages do not allow the company to find user accounts – the exact username is required. They will, however, preserve data for a period of 90 days, pending receipt of a valid order from law enforcement noted the dailymail

According to the company’s founder and CEO, Ted Livingston, Kik is used by about 240 million users, with the app’s popularity and use continuing to grow…

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