CyberTipline II, an enhanced version of the CyberTipline was established as a result of the Reporting of Child Pornography by Electronic Communication Service Providers Act, which requires ISPs to report any apparent child pornography to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.
CyberTipline II can handle a much higher volume of online traffic and accept information such as photographs, videos, and other materials involving children that appear to be sexually explicit. Law enforcement agencies can now view these materials immediately upon receipt of a CyberTipline II report.
- ↑ 42 U.S.C. §13032(b)(1).