IWF response to the European Commission’s consultation on tackling illegal content online EC consultation.
How the IWF works with the EU on policy to make children safer online. Includes Policy Briefs and Consultations.
On May 11, the European Commission announced its new European strategy for laying down rules to prevent and combat child sexual abuse.
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.
Germany is being urged to support tougher European proposals to target and eliminate child sexual abuse on the internet.
The publication of child sexual abuse material in Germany is currently ten times higher than in 2020.
The letter says the proposal would have powerful implications, not just for Europe but for the world.
IWF used to receive some funding from the European Union’s EU Safer Internet Programme. This is now provided by Nominet.
Dan explains the vital role the proposal could have in preventing the widespread sexual abuse, rape, and sexual torture of child victims online.
13 organisations launch campaign to stop the spread of child sexual abuse material online