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What is a prohibited person?

Prohibited persons are not permitted, under the Terms & Conditions of this site, to use or view content on the the GRC TV website. Users of the site must correctly declare whether they are a prohibited person upon registration. People who make a false declaration may be committing a fraudulent act.

Any person using the GRC TV website for illegal purposes or in support of illegal activities will be in breach of the site’s Terms & Conditions. Use of GRC TV to harm, or attempt to harm, minors in any way, including, but not limited to child pornography is a breach punishable under law. Global Rock Challenge reserves the right to inform authorities immediately where any breaches have occurred, including the impersonation of others or use of false names to enter the site.

A prohibited person is a person who is convicted of the following (whether in NSW or elsewhere):

  • serious sex offence
  • child-related personal violence offence
  • murder of a child
  • indecency offences punishable by imprisonment of 12 months or more
  • kidnapping (unless the offender is or has been the child’s parent or carer)
  • offences connected with child prostitution
  • possession, distribution or publication of child pornography; or
  • attempt, conspiracy or incitement to commit the above offences.
A prohibited person includes a Registrable person under the Child Protection (Offenders Registration) Act 2000

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