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Internet Child Pornography Reporting Regulations

Version of section 4 from 2011-12-06 to 2011-12-07:

The following provision is not in force.

Marginal note:Analysis and communication of findings

 As soon as feasible after receiving a report under section 2 of the Act, the designated organization must determine whether any material found at the reported Internet address appears to constitute child pornography and, if so,

  • (a) determine, if possible, the geographic location of the server that the reported Internet address points to and the geographic location of the server hosting the material that appears to constitute child pornography; and

  • (b) make available to every appropriate Canadian law enforcement agency by secure means

    • (i) the reported Internet address,

    • (ii) a description of any geographic location that the designated organization was able to determine under paragraph (a), and

    • (iii) any other information in the designated organization’s possession that might assist the agency’s investigation.

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