•Cyberstalking: This is the deliberate, repeated, and hostile use of digital technology to harm, frighten, or otherwise harass another person.
•Digits: Digital contact information, such as phone number, e-mail, and website address. •Face Time: This is a video chat service allowing one-to-one video calls between Apple users.
Mr Gamble said the aim was a visible police presence, similar to officers patrolling the streets, to reassure the public and deter paedophiles.
"The police are going to be there overtly - there is nothing covert about this," he said.
Users are told they could face 10 years in jail and may have their details circulated to 180 countries.
As an acknowledged expert on the intersection of sex, relationships and technology, I sometimes find myself conversing in what sounds like a foreign language.
•Adult Friend Finder App: These apps are "friend finders" in name only.
•Chatroulette: This is a video chat site that randomly pairs strangers for web-based interactions.
The site is popular with online exhibitionists and voyeurs.
US Customs, the Canadian Mounted Police, Australian Federal Police and Interpol are also involved.
Officers entering chat rooms will use an icon to alert other users to their presence.
The Taskforce's different agencies will also work together to seize the assets of people profiting from child pornography websites.