WIRED on IWF's new IntelliGrade tool. There are 150 child sexual abuse laws around the world. Now, metadata is making it easier for countries to work together.
Each day, a team of analysts faces a seemingly endless mountain of horrors. The team of 21, who work at the Internet Watch Foundation’s office in Cambridgeshire, spend hours trawling through images and videos containing child sexual abuse.
Under-18s who want nude pictures or videos of themselves removed from the internet can now report the images through an online tool.
A web tool to help under-18s report intimate photos of themselves has been launched to prevent the images being uploaded and shared online.
Children who are worried that nude pictures and videos may end up online will be able to report the material to help prevent it from being uploaded in the future.
Children in the UK who are worried that nude pictures and videos may end up online will be able to report the material to help prevent it from being uploaded in the future.
In a "world-first", children worried about nude images and videos ending up online against their will, are able to report the material to help prevent it from being uploaded in the future.
The .cc internet domain for the Cocos (Keeling) Islands should be claimed by the Australian government to stop it being abused by scammers and people hosting child abuse websites.
A specialised taskforce will stop the spread of child sexual abuse images by taking ‘digital fingerprints’ of each picture.
For nine years, Chris Hughes has fought a battle very few people ever see. He oversees a team of 21 analysts in Cambridge who locate, identify and remove child sexual abuse material (CSAM) from the internet.
I worry about my 12-year-old daughter being approached by online predators. What’s the best way to talk to her about it?
When Chris Hughes started removing child abuse images and videos from the internet, almost a decade ago, paedophiles were not discreet.