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  1. Taskforce will stop millions of the most severe child sexual abuse images and videos being shared online

    A specialised new team will take ‘digital fingerprints’ of millions of images so companies and organisations around the world can spot them and have them removed.

  2. Call for Guatemalan people to 'denounce' online child sexual abuse as new portal launches

    The IWF worked alongside the Ministerio Público o Fiscalía General, (Public Prosecutor’s Office), to set up the portal, with extra support from the Office Against Child trafficking of Guatemala and crucial help from UNODC (United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime).

  3. New Moroccan portal will play ‘crucial’ role in fighting ‘plague’ of child sexual abuse on the internet

    ‘The launch of the IWF Reporting Portal in Morocco constitutes a safe, easily accessible and efficient way to contribute to the eradication of this plague that threatens children behind their screens.’

  4. Kenyan reporting portal to play 'huge role' in improving global internet safety

    "Child online protection is a shared responsibility".

  5. IWF has record month as public reports of child sexual abuse surge

    IWF analysts have seen accelerating numbers of public reports of child sexual abuse, with more people staying and working from home among contributing factors.

  6. Thousands of images and videos of child sexual abuse could be going undetected because of ‘false reports’

    Thousands of images and videos of child sexual abuse could be going undetected because internet analysts’ time is being taken up dealing with “false reports”, experts warn.

  7. IWF launches 'Once Upon a Year' and vows to tackle the demand for images of child rape

  8. Three-fold increase of abuse imagery of 7-10-year-olds as IWF detects more child sexual abuse material online than ever before

    The IWF is urging parents and carers to spot the dangers as a new Government-backed campaign aims to boost child safety.

  9. Teenage boys targeted as hotline sees ‘heartbreaking’ increase in child ‘sextortion’ reports

    The IWF and NSPCC say tech platforms must do more to protect children online as confirmed sextortion cases soar.

  10. Annual Report 2021

    Annual Report 2021 - Latest data and statistics on the prevalence, distribution and fight to eliminate online images and videos of child sexual abuse.

  11. Annual Report 2022

    Annual Report 2022 - Latest data and statistics on the prevalence, distribution and fight to eliminate online images and videos of child sexual abuse.

  12. New tool empowers children and young people to stop spread of nude images online

    Childline and the IWF launch new tool to help young people remove nude images that have been shared online