Information from IWF on how we handle the privacy of stakeholder data and information.
It is IWF policy to make every effort to protect our information assets from threats – whether they be internal or external, deliberate or accidental.
IWF has been named Not for Profit of the Year at the British Data Awards 2022.
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 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.
The Age Appropriate Design Code sets out 15 standards that online services need to follow.
IWF warns full effects of lockdown are only now becoming apparent as younger children are groomed into sexual abuse 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.
The UK’s Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) and the USA’s National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC) announce a landmark agreement to better protect children whose sexual abuse images are shared and traded on the internet.
Alarming increase in online grooming and child sexual abuse imagery, particularly among under 10s, in 2023 as reported by the IWF.