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As a precaution against the COVID-19 coronavirus, the Internet Watch Foundation will be operating at a reduced capacity. We provide a vital service for the public and are committed to staying open but there is likely to be a delay responding to reports, emails and calls. People can still report child sexual abuse imagery as normal here.

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Virgin Media Ltd

Virgin Media became an IWF Member on 1 April 1998.

They support us in our aim to eliminate online child sexual abuse. 

 “The vital contribution that the IWF makes is to make a better, safer internet and society for our children. Virgin Media is proud of its long-running support for the truly world-leading work of the IWF in dramatically reducing child abuse material hosted in the UK.. The challenge is ongoing and changes at the same pace as technology - and so our partnership with the IWF will continue to evolve to ensure that they have the expertise and resources to effectively respond to that challenge.”
Tom Mockridge, Chief Executive, Virgin Media

“In a rapidly evolving technological environment we believe that only self-regulation can provide the necessary speed and adaptability to deal with those who would seek to exploit the vulnerable online. As a leading broadband provider, Virgin Media is therefore proud to be a founder member of the Internet Watch Foundation.”
Virgin Media

For more information see their website: www.about.virginmedia.com

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