Online child protection tool helps under-18s report nude photos of themselves

Published:  Tue 22 Jun 2021

Written by:  i News

A web tool to help under-18s report intimate photos of themselves has been launched to prevent the images being uploaded and shared online.

The world-first Report Remove tool is designed to help young people report images and videos both before and after they’ve been uploaded to the internet.

It has been developed by the child internet safety charity Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) and the NSPCC’s Childline.

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