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  1. IWF welcomes new measures to keep children safe from sexual predators on the internet

    The Voluntary Principles to Counter Online Child Sexual Exploitation and Abuse are a set of 11 actions tech firms should take to ensure children are not sexually exploited on their platforms.

  2. Government investment could fund AI to help in fight against online child sexual abuse material

    The Internet Watch Foundation welcomes the Government’s commitment to ‘upgrade’ a database in a bid to tackle online child sexual abuse material.

  3. Jacob Rees-Mogg says Government will take rise of child sexual abuse material online seriously as MP reveals plans to work with IWF on inquiry

    Chris Elmore, chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Social Media, says he will work with the Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) on an inquiry into the increase in reports of online child sexual abuse material.

  4. Increased measures to protect vulnerable children online welcomed by the IWF

  5. IWF’s ‘record day’ fuels concern over the European Commission’s E-Privacy Directive

  6. IWF at European Commission Expert Workshop

  7. “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

  8. Response to Home Affairs Select Committee Report

  9. IWF joins coalition of charities raising concerns over the European Commission’s E-Privacy Directive

  10. Government’s commitment to keeping children safe online and what’s next for their plans for the Internet Safety Strategy

  11. IWF at the Lanzarote Committee

  12. Our response to the European Commission’s consultation on tackling illegal content online