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  1. UK Policy

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

  2. Mentions by Parliamentarians

    We regularly work with members of the House of Commons and the House of Lords to highlight political issues surrounding child sexual abuse online.

  3. Praise for IWF Hotline as Government looks to tackle internet grooming

    Minister praises work to find and remove images and videos of child sexual abuse from the internet, and says new legislation will aim to tackle the issue.

  4. Safer Internet Centre takes over Secretariat of APPG on Social Media

    Social media has enormous potential for good, but we must be “alive” to the potential dangers as more and more people go online.

  5. IWF working with Ministers to protect children during coronavirus lockdown

    'The Minister of State for Security, James Brokenshire and the Minister for Safeguarding, Victoria Atkins engaged the Internet Watch Foundation on the threat during the pandemic.'

  6. IWF supports calls to speed up online harms legislation

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

  8. Government praises Safer Internet Day and pledges to work with Safer Internet Centre

    Digital Minister Matt Warman paid tribute to the event which took place on Tuesday. 

  9. IWF welcomes online protections as MP says there could be up to 90 online sexual offences against children every day

    The Internet Watch Foundation has welcomed moves to help protect children online.

  10. IWF’s position statement on regulation of the internet: Top CEO warns of consequences of regulation

  11. ‘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.

  12. IWF welcomes new online safety rules but warns more still needs to be done to make sure children are safe online

    The Age Appropriate Design Code sets out 15 standards that online services need to follow.