IWF News Archive 2015

10 December 2015
The Korea Communications Standards Commission invited Nicky out to South Korea to deliver a key speech at their Annual International Roundtable. Here's what Nicky took from the trip.
09 December 2015
The Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) can confirm that the number of reports of child sexual abuse imagery online actioned for removal in the first half of 2015, was significantly higher than in 2014.
25 November 2015
Internet Watch Foundation’s (IWF) newest Member to alert safety and security officials of illegal online content on social media, in real-time.
17 November 2015
Phased implementation of the IWF Hash List, nets nearly 19,000 child sexual abuse images.
16 November 2015
Blogging from a global summit on child sexual exploitation in Abu Dhabi, Susie discusses how the IWF is helping countries around the world tackle child sexual abuse imagery online.
05 November 2015
Today (5 November) sees the publication of Digital dangers, by Tink Palmer, a long awaited report looking at the impact of technology on the sexual abuse and exploitation of children and young people in the UK.
13 October 2015
Today (13 October) Lucy Faithfull Foundation launched it’s new Stop It Now! campaign aimed at reducing the viewing and sharing of child sexual abuse imagery online.
05 October 2015
Rightside Registry will take the IWF Domain Alert Service so they are immediately notified of illegal activity.
02 October 2015
On Wednesday (23 September) myself and the IWF team welcomed Rosalba Ceravolo from Telefono Azzurro into our office to better understand how our two hotlines tackle child sexual abuse online content.
09 September 2015
Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) and the Government of Uganda will today (Thursday 10 September) launch a Portal for Ugandan citizens to report child sexual abuse images and videos.
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