IWF forward planning date

Published:  Tue 8 May 2018

The Internet Watch Foundation, the online child sexual abuse charity, will publish Trends in Online Child Sexual Exploitation: Examining the Distribution of Captures of Live-streamed Child Sexual Abuse on 15 May 2018.

New figures will include:

  • Figures on permanent captures and recordings of live-streamed child sexual abuse which have spread across the internet.
  • The ages of children in the images and the severity of the abuse.
  • Recommendations on how to tackle the issue.

A strictly embargoed press release will be available to media in advance of the launch. To be included on the IWF’s media list, please contact jess@iwf.org.uk or lisa.stacey@iwf.org.uk.

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