Sexual web pages
Information about offenders against children can be found on the Public Safety page of the Attorney General’s website.
Blocking child sexual abuse material should never be used instead of the above methods, it should be used in addition to these – in a holistic approach to combat child sexual exploitation.
INTERPOL has chosen to offer the “Worst of”-list to any ASP that would like to limit the distribution of child sexual abuse material in their network.
INTERPOL will provide a generic “stop page” that the ASPs can choose to display to their Internet users that are redirected, but this is not mandatory.
The police will not have access to the necessary identifiable information, such as timestamps and IP (Internet Protocol) addresses.
Internet browsers trying to open a web page on a domain defined to contain child sexual abuse material may not be an intentional act by the person surfing the Internet.