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A:Crimes committed via the Internet are usually under the Criminal Code of Canada. The RCMP considers that criminal activities conducted via the Internet are traditional crimes that are committed through the use of an electronic communication device, and that investigations in such cases are the responsibility of municipal police departments. You should therefore file a complaint with your local police service and at the same time voice your concerns with the Internet Service Provider (ISP) hosting the offensive material. The Canadian Association of Internet Providers ( www.caip.ca ) would also welcome your comments or concerns in regards to Canadian ISPs.
A: To report online sexual exploitation of a child (i.e. child pornography, luring, child sex tourism, child prostitution), please visit CYBERTIP.ca and complete and submit the Reporting Form.
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You may also want to voice your concerns with the Internet Service Provider (ISP) hosting the offensive material. The Canadian Association of Internet Providers ( www.caip.ca ) would also welcome your comments or concerns in regards to Canadian ISPs.
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