Our work specifically relates to images and videos showing child sexual abuse online. Here are useful links if you need help with something else.
A list of where to report some of the other types of harmful content you may see online.
New research commissioned by the Internet Watch Foundation shows that more than one in 10 British young people have been exposed to online child sexual abuse material
VPNWholesaler partners with IWF to block child sexual abuse material on its networks.
The latest data and statistics on what the Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) are doing globally to tackle child sexual abuse images and videos online.
AI-generated child sexual abuse is on the agenda at the White House as Internet Watch Foundation CEO Susie Hargreaves flies to Washington to discuss how to address the rising threat.
The Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) and more than 65 child rights organisations are urgently calling on EU leaders to get vital child sexual abuse legislation ‘back on track’ to making the internet a safer place for children, following a vote by the European Parliament votes that dramatically limits the scope of the regulation.
Anonymously report images & videos of child sexual abuse you may accidentally see online.
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.