Croatian police are currently investigating a group of eight suspects who have been arrested for child pornography. The investigation aims to determine the extent of their crimes and whether they shared photos of child pornography. One suspect has already been arrested, and a child was saved in an international operation called “Mosaic.” Slovenian authorities have disclosed more details about the operation, which involved eight Slovenian citizens who were arrested on suspicion of sexually abusing children and minors online. These suspects used dark web links, virtual Internet connections, and public unprotected access to obtain pornographic material depicting the sexual abuse of minors. The Montenegrin police also conducted an operation called “Temid” to protect minors and prevent the exchange or distribution of pornographic material created by minors. The main suspects in both countries accessed the dark web to obtain this material and used cryptocurrency to make purchases, concealing their identities and actions.