Australian state MPs or staff accessed child porn sites, report finds
Posted in: Child Protection&Online Safety at 02/12/2010 18:55
NSW MPs or their staff have accessed websites containing child pornography on parliamentary computers, an independent inquiry has found.
The inquiry, by Ernst & Young, found that as many as nine websites containing "sexually explicit images of young people" were accessed.
Child porn may have been viewed by NSW MPs
A report tabled in the New South Wales Parliament has found that MPs or their staff have accessed websites containing "sexually explicit images of young people."
Ernst & Young was commissioned by the parliament to look into the internet use of MPs and parliamentary staff.
Child porn sites accessed at NSW parliament, audit finds
NSW MPs or their staff have allegedly visited child pornography sites on parliament house computers.
The revelation that nine sites featuring "young people of indeterminate age" were visited comes in an independent report into parliamentary internet use by Ernst & Young.