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You can anonymously and confidentially report:

  • Child sexual abuse content
  • Non-photographic child sexual abuse images
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What we do

We work internationally to make the internet safer by removing images of child sexual abuse.

We’re an independent not for profit organisation and work with the global internet industry and the European Commission.

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Working with our Members

Our members have access to our unique range of services which make the internet safer for their customers.

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Game On workshops

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Tackle inappropriate sexual behaviour online with our educational workshops for young people aged 11 - 24.
 
Be competitive. Be pioneering. Be safe.
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What others say about us

David Cameron

“Thanks to the efforts of the IWF and their close working with industry and the NCA we have seen more sites identified and more pages removed, helping to protect more children from this appaling crime.”

The Rt Hon David Cameron, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 2010 to 2016
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“The IWF do an incredibly important job. Stopping criminals using and abusing online technologies is tough. But the IWF have shown how working together with law enforcement, commercial companies and the voluntary sector can make a real difference in minimising the availability of child sexual abuse images.”

Eric Schmidt, Executive Chairman, Google
In 2016
57,335
reports confirmed as child sexual abuse URLs
45%
of victims are 11-15 years
53%
aged 10 years or under
2%
aged 2 or under
47%
of images assessed as category A or B

You can see more of our statistics here.

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We've partnered with Everton Football Club to help make the internet a safer place. Our campaign focuses on the ability to report online child sexual abuse content anonymously and confidentially through the IWF Hotline.

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