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  1. “Our work protecting victims and survivors of child sexual abuse is a vital piece of the puzzle” says Michael Tunks, IWF’s Policy and Public Affairs Manager, about the IWF’s response to the Online Harms White Paper

  2. “The time for talking is over, Europe requires firm effective action now.”

  3. “We’ve got to get a grip on the epidemic on our open internet” - UK charity deals with record number of reports of online child sexual abuse material

  4. “Zero tolerance” is needed across Europe as figures show it’s a world hub for hosting child sexual abuse material

    There are calls to make Europe a no-go zone for online sexual predators as new figures reveal that 9 in 10 webpages identified by the IWF showing videos and images of children suffering sexual abuse, rape, and torture are hosted on servers in Europe.

  5. £1million donation for child sexual abuse charity

    Google is donating £1million to the Internet Watch Foundation to boost its work removing online child sexual abuse content.

  6. 1 million of the worst child sexual abuse images graded by ‘elite’ taskforce

    The Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) has hashed more than a million images in a ‘major boost’ to internet safety.

  7. 100,000th milestone for internet charity

    100,000 child sexual abuse webpages have been actioned thanks to the work of the Internet Watch Foundation (IWF).

  8. 20 years of IWF

  9. 25 Years of the IWF

    Marking 25 years of combatting online child sexual abuse imagery. Learn more about the impact of our work and meet the team of global experts fighting this crime.

  10. 2-sec joins IWF

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  12. 40% increase in people seeking charity’s help to stop looking at online sexual images of children