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  1. Calls for focus on prevention as Europe still hosting 'horrible numbers' of child sexual abuse sites

    On April 27, the IWF was in Brussels to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of the IWF and to discuss forthcoming EU legislation to tackle Child Sexual Abuse and Exploitation.

  2. New European proposals show 'welcome determination to front up to criminals' abusing and exploiting children online

    On May 11, the European Commission announced its new European strategy for laying down rules to prevent and combat child sexual abuse.

  3. Call for lawmakers to act quickly as new data shows child sexual abuse reports are soaring in wake of pandemic

    Europe’s largest hotline, the Internet Watch Foundation, is using this year’s Safer Internet Day to urge the European Commission to bring forward long awaited legislation to address the growing threat to children online.

  4. IWF voices support for European CSAM proposal in open letter to European Union

    The letter says the proposal would have powerful implications, not just for Europe but for the world.

  5. ‘The EU must live up to its promise to make the internet a safe place for children’

    IWF joins call to focus on effective solutions in fight against child sexual abuse online.

  6. MEP visits Europe’s largest Hotline on mission to prevent ‘scourge’ of online child sexual abuse imagery

    MEP Javier Zarzalejos has visited the Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) on a fact-finding mission for the European Parliament.

  7. New EU-funded safety tech will help reduce viewing and demand for child sexual abuse images and videos

    A unique safety tech tool which uses machine learning in real-time to detect child sexual abuse images and videos is to be developed by a collaboration of EU and UK experts.

  8. IWF’s Dan Sexton explains vital role new European proposal could have in preventing the widespread sexual abuse, rape, and sexual torture of child victims online

    Dan explains the vital role the proposal could have in preventing the widespread sexual abuse, rape, and sexual torture of child victims online.

  9. Child Safety Online must be a priority

    13 organisations launch campaign to stop the spread of child sexual abuse material online