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  1. EU Parliament deal is an unacceptable compromise on children’s safety online, warns child rights coalition

    The Internet Watch Foundation is joining ECLAG coalition partners in a statement urging EU policymakers ‘to not fail children, victims and survivors and adopt ambitious measures to effectively protect children from sexual abuse and grooming.’

  2. Internet regulation, responsibility and safety: policy, practicalities and the role of providers

  3. Today (December 14) the Joint Committee published its report on the Government’s draft Online Safety Bill

    The report acknowledges the IWF plays a central role in this area, and said the Government needs to provide more clarity about how Ofcom will work with organisations like the IWF.

  4. Changes to UK Government’s Online Safety Bill welcomed

    The Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) supports an amendment to the Online Safety Bill which will demand the development of new technologies to better detect child sexual abuse material online.

  5. ‘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.

  6. 'Pivotal moment' as Online Safety Act gains Royal Assent

    The Internet Watch Foundation has heralded a “pivotal moment” in online safety as new laws to help make the internet safer for children are adopted in the UK.