BBC: Fake websites entice paedophiles

Police have set up fake websites to catch people accessing child porn, the National Crime Squad (NCS) has said. Detectives collect people's personal details entered into fake sites which appear when key words are searched for.
The NCS told BBC News Online about police techniques in the fight against online porn, after BT revealed how widespread UK web paedophilia was. BT said its new Clean Feed system is blocking an average of 10,000 attempts each day to access child porn.
It bars access to certain sites and presents a message to users which reads "Website not found".
The telecommunications company said in its first three weeks the new system registered nearly 250,000 attempts to view web pages containing images of child pornography.