IWF News Archive 2014

11 December 2014
The reason for the increase is due to the IWF’s new ability to proactively search for the criminal content.
10 December 2014
On Wednesday 10 and Thursday 11 December 2014, representatives from over 50 countries meet in London for the We Protect global summit. The Internet Watch Foundation will be in attendance for both days.
09 December 2014
Internet Watch Foundation’s (IWF) international reporting solution will be presented to more than 50 countries at a global summit held by Prime Minister David Cameron this week (10-11 Dec).
03 November 2014
British adults would consider boycotting online brands which do not do enough to keep their services free of child sexual abuse images and videos.
13 August 2014
EvolveODM, the location based WiFi providers, have become the Internet Watch Foundation’s (IWF) latest Member in its mission to eradicate child sexual abuse imagery online.
16 July 2014
The NCA released details of an operation involving 660 suspected paedophiles which can be read here. The IWF has issued a statement in relation to the operation.
17 June 2014
Sure, an Internet Service Provider (ISP) based in the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man, has re-joined Internet Watch Foundation Membership to increase their systems security.
16 May 2014
Epoch Payment Solutions joins IWF membership this May to support their efforts to curtail the availability of commercial child abuse imagery.
09 April 2014
JT has joined the Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) to help further safeguard and protect its customers worldwide.
07 April 2014
The Internet Watch Foundation assessed more than 50,000 reports to its hotline during 2013. Today (7 April) it reveals the latest trends in assessing and removing child sexual abuse images from the internet.
 
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