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Internet Traders of Child Pornography and Other Censorship Offenders in New Zealand

This report by Angela Carr, first published in April 2004, profiles New Zealand censorship offenders and examines characteristics of their offending.


Profiling research was based on a questionnaire that collected social, demographic and behavioural information about 106 people who had committed offences involving objectionable material between 1996 and 2001.

(Cover displays title) Internet Traders of Child Pornography and other Censorship Offenders in New Zealand, published by the Department of Internal Affairs Angela Carr's PhD thesis, 'Internet censorship offending: a preliminary analysis of the social and behavioural patterns of offenders' (2006, Bond University, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences) is available on the Bond University website.

Censorship Offender Profile Statistics

Since completing research for the report above, the Department has continued to gather data on offenders.


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