How can there be effective legislation to regulate pornographic and offensive websites, when the material produced is legal in the country of origin and such legislation may be an infringement of human rights? Which jurisdictional domain do such cases fall into? That of the point-of-origin, or the point-of-access? These and other dilemmas created by the non-physical, non-geographical reality of cyberspace are examined by the author in this text. Specific case-studies are presented and dissected to further demonstrate the successes and failures of Internet policing.