If you agree with jailing people who release a list of censored sites - specifically in order to point out that the list has grown far beyond its original remit, without cause or recourse - then there's no hope for you. The Australian list had "no interest in extending" its blocklist, either - but it did, because there's ALWAYS an interest in expanding it. Someone, somewhere, who has control over that list, will want to take something else down along with the kiddie porn. That will ALWAYS be the case, and it's why censorship of ANYTHING is incredibly dangerous.
And the irony is that your own words support expanding the remit of the blocklist to anyone who releases the blocklist - and then, presumably, to anyone who discusses or links to the people who released the blocklist. Otherwise the blocklist does no good at all.
And then, when you succeed at crushing all discussion of the censorship list? Well, now the people who create the list operate in complete secrecy with no accountability for adding sites outside the original remit. What could possibly go wrong?
Either the plan fails in its implementation, and is pointless, or 'succeeds', and creates an atmosphere of oppression far in excess of its original intent.
Censorship cannot exist without censoring discussion of the censorship, and that cannot exist without POLITICAL censorship - which must be continually expanded in order to keep the original censorship effective.
Blocklists and free societies by definition cannot coexist - period, end of story, no compromise. Ever.