BBC News - Ceop website form 'could have put children at risk'
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Sun Apr 10 13:24:53 BST 2011
In article <40C0F250-5576-4DA2-A496-0C93B3513748 at batten.eu.org>, Ian
Batten <igb at batten.eu.org> writes
Sounds like they had http and https versions of the reporting form, and
some external links pointed at the http version (which didn't then
Given that there's no money to be made intercepting reports of child
abuse, I wonder what the practical risk is from third parties. If
there's an abuser in the same household with access to (and checking up
on) the child's PC, then being able to see the browser history will be
enough to ring their alarm bells, without actually having to go to the
bother of intercepting all the traffic.
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