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Information Resources for Computer Officers investigating illegal material

This page includes a number of links for Computer Officers and others in the University who are called upon to investigate allegations of child abuse images or other illegal material or who come across such images on computers in the University or Colleges in the course of their normal work.

N.B. Once actual child abuse images or extreme pornographic images have been found, the investigation should be halted and advice sought from Cambridge CERT as described in the Information Services Committee (ISC) Guidelines below.

Last updated (links reviewed): June 2014

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