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  1. Calls for greater clarity as new Online Safety Bill is introduced in the Commons

    The IWF welcomed the new Bill, but said there needs to be greater clarity in how the Bill will be implemented.

  2. Fears for children as Online Safety Bill delayed

    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.

  3. IWF calls for changes to Bill to ensure it does not disrupt current mechanisms for stopping child sexual abuse on the internet

    IWF calls for changes to Bill to ensure it does not disrupt current mechanisms for stopping child sexual abuse on the internet

  4. Changes to UK Government’s Online Safety Bill welcomed

    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.

  5. New online safety legislation needs to be made more robust MPs warn

    The IWF is calling for greater clarity on online harms as MPs warn new online safety legislation needs to be made more robust to help keep children safe online.

  6. Sexual abuse imagery of girls online at record high following pandemic lockdowns

    New data published by the Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) shows girls are at increasing risk online.