By Fred Langford, IWF Deputy CEO and CTO
What is end-to-end encryption (E2EE) and how could it impact IWF's ability to find online child sexual abuse imagery?
Meta announces rollout of end-to-end encryption on its platforms, beginning with Facebook Messenger.
Not all Encryption is the same: social media is not ready for End-to-End Encryption. IWF CTO Dan Sexton explains the differences in the technology behind the debate.
A guide for parents and carers from the Internet Watch Foundation and our partners at the Home Office. Available in English and Welsh.
In a new podcast released by the Internet Watch Foundation, the charity says introducing end-to-end encryption to messaging apps could hinder the detection and removal of child sexual abuse material from the internet.
Professor Hany Farid speaks to IWF about Encryption Vs. Privacy as part of their new podcast series on child sexual abuse imagery online.
Prof Hany Farid says all online services should adopt idea backed by GCHQ and National Cybersecurity Centre
As online child sexual abuse soars, we urge companies to bring in additional child protection measures if they intend to fully encrypt their platforms.