Regulators around the world are using different ways to obtain information to assist them to detect wrongdoings or enforce the law. For example, there is now a new section on the SFC's website which publishes photos and details of people who are either subject to an arrest warrant or are believed to have important information that may assist SFC investigations. In the UK, the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) has set up a new service called “SFO Confidential”, which gives insiders, who know or suspect any fraud or corruption, to report it in confidence to the SFO. This service is not intended for victims of fraud, who should report the matter to the police. It is for people who have information about serious fraud or corruption, whether by their employers, colleagues or even competitors. The trend is for regulators and law enforcement agencies to use different ways of seeking help from the public in gathering information about suspected wrongdoing.