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Displaying items by tag: Cyber porn

Cybercriminals are employing increasingly persuasive online scare tactics to convince users to purchase rogue security software, or “scareware” software that pretends to be legitimate security software. 

Published in Security
Australian Shadow Communications Minister, Senator Nick Minchin, has also taken the time to congratulate the Australian Federal Police (AFP) on their stellar efforts in tackling the scourge of “peer-to-peer” child pornographers.

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Thursday, 11 December 2008 13:06

Substance and spin over AFP's child porn sting

Communications minister Stephen Conroy has been quick to capitalise on the latest sting by the AFP against child pornography, to brag about the government's support for the AFP. The Opposition, however claims he cut AFP funding for anti-porn activities in the last Federal Budget.

Published in Cornered!
Thursday, 11 December 2008 11:04

Conroy congratulates Police child porn crackdown

Australia’s Minister for Communications, Senator Stephen Conroy, has issued his congratulations to the Australian Federal Police over a major crackdown on the insidious crime of Internet child abuse imagery.

Published in Fuzzy Logic
The Australian Federal Police (AFP) says it is engaging in a new partnership with Australian telco Telstra to “strengthen its world-leading capability in countering new technology-enabled crime”.

Published in Strategy
The Federal Budget has allocated $128.9 million over four years "to create a safer online environment for Australian children." Law enforcement alone will get $49m and the government will press ahead with its controversial ISP filtering plans, but has stopped not confirmed earlier suggestions that this would be mandatory.

Published in Government Tech Policy




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