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IWF analysts say ‘insidious’ commercial child sexual abuse sites are driving more and more extreme content online.
New IWF data shows that three in every five child sexual abuse reports are hosted in an EU member state.
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The IWF is urging parents and carers to spot the dangers as a new Government-backed campaign aims to boost child safety.
Annual Report 2021 - Latest data and statistics on the prevalence, distribution and fight to eliminate online images and videos of child sexual abuse.
Annual Report 2022 - Latest data and statistics on the prevalence, distribution and fight to eliminate online images and videos of child sexual abuse.
The latest data and statistics on what the Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) are doing globally to tackle child sexual abuse images and videos online.
New data published by the Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) shows girls are at increasing risk online.
IWF warns full effects of lockdown are only now becoming apparent as younger children are groomed into sexual abuse online.
Alarming increase in online grooming and child sexual abuse imagery, particularly among under 10s, in 2023 as reported by the IWF.