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  1. Child abuse: Could tech devices be exposing children to grooming?

    Young children are now more exposed to being groomed online due to a reliance on tech devices in lockdown, a charity has claimed.

  2. The US Saw a Spike in Child Sexual Abuse URLs in 2021

    CSAM hosting around the world rose 64 percent last year, and a surge in the United States put it second behind the Netherlands, a new report found.

  3. Online child sexual abuse at record high levels - with some exploited within minutes

    Online child sexual abuse is at record high levels, according to exclusive figures given to ITV News.

  4. One in five child abuse images found online last year were category A – report

    Internet Watch Foundation says amount of material showing most extreme form of sexual abuse has doubled since 2020

  5. Webpages containing the most extreme child abuse have doubled since 2020

    Images of children aged as young as seven being abused online have risen by almost two thirds while the number of webpages found to contain the most extreme material has doubled in recent years, according to a report.

  6. The US now hosts more child sexual abuse material online than any other country

    The US now hosts more child sexual abuse material online than any other country

  7. Digital fingerprints of a million child abuse images made

    Digital fingerprints of a million images of child sexual abuse have been created, the Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) has said.

  8. The shocking transcripts that reveal how groomers sexually abuse children in their own rooms

    Jordan King, reporter for Metro, looks at IWF transcripts showing actual conversations between online groomers and child victims

  9. This Chatbot Aims to Steer People Away From Child Abuse Material

    Senior writer at WIRED, Matt Burgess, looks into Pornhub trialling a new automated tool that pushes CSAM-searchers to seek help for their online behaviour

  10. 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.

  11. Apple should scan iPhones for child abuse images, says scanning technology inventor

    Prof Hany Farid says all online services should adopt idea backed by GCHQ and National Cybersecurity Centre

  12. IWF CEO, Susie Hargreaves OBE, on Times Radio

    Susie speaks to Aasmah Mir about the increase in self-generated child sexual abuse online amongst 7-to-10 year olds