The series of videos was created in collaboration with five governments, six companies and numerous NGOs within a two-week period.
The IWF welcomed the new Bill, but said there needs to be greater clarity in how the Bill will be implemented.
Record amount of online child sexual abuse blocked as landmark Bill faces delays
Key legislation aimed at preventing online harms will return to Parliament next month following fears it could have been dropped altogether.
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
As the Online Safety Bill becomes the Online Safety Act, the Internet Watch Foundation looks at what is next.
The report acknowledges the IWF plays a central role in this area, and said the Government needs to provide more clarity about how Ofcom will work with organisations like the IWF.
The IWF has warned momentum must not be lost in the fight to protect children from predators and abusers online as key legislation suffers a delay in Parliament.
The IWF says delaying the Online Safety Bill will see more children victimised and sexually abused amid fears the long-awaited legislation is set to suffer another delay.
The Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) is urging Ministers to act swiftly and ensure world-leading legislation to protect children online is not put at risk by further Government delays.
The Internet Watch Foundation has heralded a “pivotal moment” in online safety as new laws to help make the internet safer for children are adopted in the UK.
The Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) supports an amendment to the Online Safety Bill which will demand the development of new technologies to better detect child sexual abuse material online.