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  1. Record amount of online child sexual abuse blocked as landmark Bill faces delays

    Record amount of online child sexual abuse blocked as landmark Bill faces delays

  2. IWF welcomes return of long delayed Online Safety Bill

    Key legislation aimed at preventing online harms will return to Parliament next month following fears it could have been dropped altogether.

  3. IWF joins high-level ECLAG event on how to fight child sexual abuse online effectively

    ECLAG high-level event on March 20 in Brussels will discuss what vital new EU legislation needs in order to be effective.

  4. Study ‘risks decades of progress’ in fight against child sexual abuse online

    Impact assessment criticising EU proposal to tackle child sexual abuse material shows ‘gaps in knowledge and understanding of key issues’, IWF warns

  5. Draft report on vital EU proposal to stop child sexual abuse welcomed as ‘strong and balanced’

    IWF signs open letter applauding LIBE Committee’s report and supports calls for amendments that will more concretely ensure child safety online.

  6. Call for lawmakers to act quickly as new data shows child sexual abuse reports are soaring in wake of pandemic

    Europe’s largest hotline, the Internet Watch Foundation, is using this year’s Safer Internet Day to urge the European Commission to bring forward long awaited legislation to address the growing threat to children online.

  7. IWF voices support for European CSAM proposal in open letter to European Union

    The letter says the proposal would have powerful implications, not just for Europe but for the world.

  8. ‘The EU must live up to its promise to make the internet a safe place for children’

    IWF joins call to focus on effective solutions in fight against child sexual abuse online.