It is understood that the measures undertaken by Member States in accordance with this directive in order to remove or, where appropriate, block websites containing child pornography could be based on various types of public action, such as legislative, non-legislative, judicial or other. In order to avoid the risk of repetition of offences, Member States shall take the necessary measures to ensure that a natural person who has been convicted of any of the offences referred to in Articles 3 to 7 may be temporarily or permanently prevented from exercising at least professional activities involving direct and regular contacts with children. Employers when recruiting for a post involving direct and regular contact with children are entitled to be informed, of convictions for sexual offences against children entered in the criminal record, or of existing disqualifications. Member States shall also take the necessary measures to ensure that legal persons may be held liable where the lack of supervision or control by a person referred to in paragraph 1 of this Article has made possible the commission, by a person under its authority, of any of the offences referred to in Articles 3 to 7 for the benefit of that legal person. Member States shall take the necessary measures to ensure that the intentional conduct referred to in paragraphs 2 to 9d is punishable. Distribution, dissemination or transmission of child pornography shall be punishable by a maximum term of imprisonment of at least two years. Member States shall take the necessary measures to ensure that the confidentiality rules imposed by national law on certain professionals with the main duty to work with children do not constitute an obstacle to the possibility, for those professionals, of their reporting to the services responsible for child protection any situation where they have reasonable grounds for believing that a child is the victim of offences referred to in Articles 3 to 7. When a special representative should be appointed for a child during a criminal investigation or proceeding, this role may be also carried out by a legal person, an institution or an authority. It is the responsibility of each Member State to determine the competent authorities to which such suspicions may be reported. Different preventing measures could be considered such as e. However, the abuse of the existence of such a disability in order to engage in sexual activities with a child should be criminalised. Approves the joint statement by Parliament and the Council annexed to this resolution; 3. Adopts its position at first reading hereinafter set out; 2. Such legal help could also be provided by the competent authorities for the purpose of claiming compensation from the State. To be liable, the person should both intend to enter a site where child pornography is available and know that such images can be found there. Whichever basis for action or method is chosen, Member States should ensure that it provides an adequate level of legal certainty and predictability to users and service providers. Article 11 Liability of legal persons 1.