smh.com.au: Watchdog losing fight against extreme web porn

jugendschutz.net

Controls on extreme pornography and other prohibited content on internet websites in Australia have virtually ceased, a newspaper claims.
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The probe of the government's internet censorship system showed the watchdog, the Australian Broadcasting Authority (ABA), had lost the fight against obscene or dangerous web content.
This includes child pornography, pedophilia, bestiality, sexual violence and terrorism instructions.
The ABA's major obstacle was that most of the offensive sites were coming from offshore locations outside Australia's jurisdiction.
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About 52 per cent of all content found to be prohibited came from the US, 22 per cent came from Russia and just four per cent came from Australian-based internet service providers.

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