The IWF has a range of resources available:
The volume of reports the IWF receives is increasing year on year and the places online child sexual abuse images and videos are being uploaded to, as well as how they are being distributed, is changing all the time. We publish these trends each year in the IWF Annual Report.
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IWF is in a unique position to carry out research on online criminal content, and in particular child sexual abuse content. The aim is to improve the effectiveness of the our Hotline through providing intelligence into people’s online behaviour and use of technology. This will help us to reach our vision of eliminating online child sexual abuse images and videos.
Best Practice Guide - dealing with indecent images of children in the workplace
The IWF have produced a best practice guide for HR and IT professionals on how to deal with indecent images of children in the workplace.
Independent report: The development of a comprehensive, transferable international internet notice and takedown system
An independent report by Dr Weixiao Wei commissioned by the Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) and funded by the Nominet Trust was published in May 2011.
Our 'useful links and documents' page contains links to various organisations set up to deal with a variety of issues outside of IWF's remit as well links to useful documents.
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