A man banned from being alone with his daughter has been told restrictions on his access to her have been lifted.
Nigel Robinson, 43, from Hull, called police after finding pornographic images on his laptop after trying to download music in November.
Social services banned him from having unsupervised access to his child while police investigated.
The East Riding of Yorkshire Council said Mr Robinson had now been released from the conditions imposed on him.
In a statement the council said: “We take all allegations of a child protection nature passed to us by the police very seriously.
“East Riding of Yorkshire Council has duty of care to protect children and young people and this duty will always take precedent in these types of situations.”
After discovering child abuse images on his computer Mr Robinson had alerted the police.
He then gave statements to Humberside Police and East Riding social services.