australianIT.com: ISPs forced to report child porn

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INTERNET service providers (ISPs) will face fines of up to $55,000 if they can be used to access child pornography and do not refer the information to the police.
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Under the new laws, an ISP or ICH will face penalties of $11,000 for the individual and $55,000 for body corporates if they are made aware that their service can be used to access material that they have reasonable grounds to believe is child pornography or child abuse material and they do not refer details of that material to the AFP within a reasonable time.
It will also be a federal offence, carrying a penalty of 10 years' jail, for a person to use the internet to access, transmit or make available child pornography or child abuse material.
This is on top of the current state and territory penalties.