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  1. ‘Grave threat’ to children from predatory internet groomers as online child sexual abuse material soars to record levels

    A record number of reports of online child sexual abuse have been processed by the Internet Watch Foundation (IWF).

  2. ‘Hidden Heroes’ of the IWF scoop up prestigious award

  3. ‘Hidden Heroes’ of the IWF shortlisted for prestigious award

  4. ‘Historic moment’ as Argentina launches its first reporting portal to report images and videos of child sexual abuse

  5. ‘It’s a window into the child’s abuse. Thank goodness there is a stop button for us.’ A day in the life of an IWF analyst

    Cambridgeshire mum Lillian* has one of the most unusual and, sometimes, harrowing jobs in the world.

  6. ‘Ofcom and Government should not reinvent the wheel’ - IWF stands ready to help regulator stamp out online child sexual abuse material

    The Government must now act on the Committee’s recommendations to make sure this legislation brings in the strong and effective safeguards we need to keep children safe online.

  7. ‘Significant breakthrough’ as IWF analysts crack code used by predators to share child sexual abuse material online

  8. ‘Something’s not right!’ Two well-known faces & one creative approach to engage with young people on the sensitive issue of online child sexual abuse

  9. ‘Unprecedented collaboration’ will help fight against online child sexual abuse

    Sierra Leone’s President Dr. Julius Maada Bio “applauds” the launch, saying it is an “unprecedented collaboration in our preparedness to end internet sexual and other crimes against children.”

  10. ‘Virtual’ launch of new Pakistan portal in response to Coronavirus restrictions

    Despite travel bans, experts say there must be no delaying what could be a ‘significant’ move for children’s online safety.

  11. ‘Vital ally’ joins fight against online child sexual abuse

  12. ‘Vital’ new reporting portal boosts global fight against online child sexual abuse material

    The UK’s Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) worked with the Comorian government to provide a place people can report online child sexual abuse material.