IWF News Archive 2016

18 August 2016
cxDA has become an IWF Member to help protect the victims of child sexual abuse from re-victimisation worldwide.
15 August 2016
IWF and transport WiFi company, C3UK, partner up to protect transport passengers from online child sexual abuse images.
12 August 2016
Alan Earl, Harm Reduction Officer from SWGfL, writes a guest blog piece on his couple of days spent in the IWF Hotline.
19 July 2016
2-sec is an integrated cyber security service provider, and is the latest internet company to join IWF membership.
10 June 2016
Cambridge based Internet Watch Foundation, is proud to announce that after nearly five years with the charity, CEO Susie Hargreaves has been awarded an OBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List.
06 June 2016
European Parliament honours the IWF for its crucial work - making the internet a safer place.
31 May 2016
In an historic announcement today, 12 British Overseas Territories will launch dedicated IWF Reporting Portals, to allow web users to report images and videos of child sexual abuse.
20 May 2016
IWF Technical research specialist recognised by the Winston Churchill Memorial Trust.
05 May 2016
Statement in reaction to successful conviction of a female English Teacher for possession of child sexual abuse imagery. Shows need to remain vigilant.
04 May 2016
As a charity that works to eliminate child sexual abuse images and videos online, the IWF and our partners are working hard to make the internet a safer place. And we’re delighted that this work has been recognised in the ISPA Safety Award category.
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