Internet offences cover a broad range of offending, from computer hacking offences to using a carriage service to menace, harass or cause offence to possession of exploitation material.
The maximum penalties relating to internet offences vary depending on the type of charge and the number of charges against any particular defendant.
The commission of internet offences can be breaches of either Queensland or Commonwealth legislation, each of which are subject to different sentencing regimes.
Internet Offences Team
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