New data released by the Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) shows almost 20,000 webpages of child sexual abuse imagery in the first half of 2022 included ‘self-generated’ content of 7- to 10-year-old children.
New IWF data reveals a startling increase in ‘self-generated’ material where children have been tricked or groomed by predators.
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.
Campaigners are warning teenagers and their parents about online grooming and sexual exploitation as schools break up for the summer.
Childline and the IWF launch new tool to help young people remove nude images that have been shared online
New analysis in the IWF’s annual report shows 11-13 year old girls are increasingly at risk of grooming and coercion at the hands of online predators
An IWF analyst’s instincts told him he could act quickly to intervene after he received an anonymous tip off.
Expert analysts have taken action against 200,000 websites containing child sexual abuse material
A new report published by the All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Social Media.