Not for one minute am I suggesting any of my readers browse terrorist-related websites, but in case you do come across one the government is launching a new programme for you do to your civic duty and report them.
The government is seeking to enforce the Terrorism Acts of 2000 and 2006, which make it illegal to have or share information that's intended to be useful to terrorists and bans glorifying terrorism or urging people to commit terrorism.
You can report terrorist-related websites on Direct.co.uk by filling out a web-based form.
The reports are anonymous and are then reviewed by police officers who are part of the new Counter Terrorism Internet Referral Unit, run by the Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO).
I'm just grateful my blog isn't primarily about chemistry, medicine or food.
Don't forget you can also report litter droppers, smokers who naughtily have a puff in a working environment (other than Westminster where they happily smoke on the terrace) and anyone creating a noise which you find unacceptable.
Try to remember to lock your home and car though because local police don't appear to be as quick off the mark as the CTIRU.