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  1. The IWF’s self-regulatory model is working

  2. The Government’s Internet Safety Strategy green paper and its impact on IWF

  3. IWF welcomes Apple’s 'promising' plans to scan devices for child sexual abuse material

    'They have acknowledged that, while customers’ privacy must be respected and protected, it cannot be at the expense of children’s safety.'

  4. EU

    How the IWF works with the EU on policy to make children safer online. Includes Policy Briefs and Consultations.

  5. International

    How the IWF works on international policy to raise awareness of the issues relating to child sexual abuse imagery online.

  6. IWF Response to Home Affairs Select Committee Report

    IWF's response the Home Affairs Select Committee report which finding that Police Forces are not adequately equipped to handle high volumes of digital evidence.

  7. Policing in 21st century

    IWF's response to the Home Office's consultation on Policing in the 21st Century: Reconnecting police and the people.

  8. Ofcom’s 'Net Neutrality' consultation

    IWF's response to Ofcom’s consultation on “Traffic management and ‘net neutrality’”.

  9. apComms Inquiry on Internet Traffic

    The Internet Watch Foundation's response to the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Communications’ inquiry on internet traffic.

  10. Byron Review 2007

    Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) - response to the Byron Review

  11. Non-Photographic Visual Depictions

    IWF response to the consultation on government paper on their plans to criminalise the possession of non-photographic images of child sexual abuse.

  12. UK Policy

    IWF's work in UK policy. Includes Recent Policy Briefs and Consultations.