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  1. DNSFilter is IWF’s newest Member

  2. New social media platform developer Netiqet Labs joins IWF membership

  3. Renato Software joins IWF’s fight against child sexual abuse imagery online

  4. New IWF Member aims to 'help find innovative solutions' to the spread of online child sexual abuse material

    Today (November 12) Global cyber security provider F-Secure announces it has joined the Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) as a Member.

  5. Hotel industry giant unites with IWF to tackle child sexual abuse imagery online

    Global hotel chain Marriott International has joined the Internet Watch Foundation in the fight to stop child sexual abuse material online.

  6. So you think B2B Internet Service Providers don’t need the URL List…

  7. Link management platform Rebrandly joins the IWF

    Link management platform Rebrandly joins the IWF to support the “critical mission” to identify and remove child sexual abuse from the internet.

  8. VPN Virtual Private Network

    Defend your VPN (Virtual Private Network) customers from known child sexual abuse imagery through corporate membership with the Internet Watch Foundation.

  9. Mastercard joins IWF in fight to keep internet safe

    “The additional help from Mastercard will help our analysts carry on their essential work keeping the internet safe for everyone.”

  10. New IWF members aim to help fight to rid the internet of child sexual abuse images and videos

    Online advertising company ExoClick joins the IWF as a member.

  11. Boost for children’s online safety as Welsh Government becomes first Government to join IWF

    Boost for children’s online safety as Welsh Government becomes first Government to join IWF. Welsh language resources will help children spot the signs of online grooming and abuse.

  12. IWF welcomes Jurassic Fibre into membership bringing a safer internet experience to communities in the south west