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  1. ‘Disturbing’ rise in videos of children who have been groomed into filming their own abuse

  2. Record number of images showing children being sexually abused removed by UK internet charity

  3. Is this the UK’s toughest job?

  4. Pornhub: Data out of context tells us nothing.

    We have a powerful sense of mission, with clarity, focus and purpose to our work. Our one single task – beyond all else – is the elimination of child sexual abuse material online.

  5. IWF urges Apple not to abandon new plans to help keep children safe online

    The Internet Watch Foundation is supporting calls for Apple not to abandon new plans to help keep children safe online.

  6. Millions of attempts to access child sexual abuse online during lockdown

    The Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) and its partners blocked at least 8.8 million attempts by UK internet users to access videos and images of children suffering sexual abuse during lockdown

  7. Report

    Anonymously report images & videos of child sexual abuse you may accidentally see online.

  8. 'Staggering' scale of online threat to children revealed as report says 850,000 people in UK could pose sexual risk to children

    The National Crime Agency estimates there to be between 550,000 and 850,000 people in the UK who pose varying forms of sexual risk to children.

  9. “We’ve got to get a grip on the epidemic on our open internet” - UK charity deals with record number of reports of online child sexual abuse material

  10. IWF welcomes renewed Government commitment to tackling online child sexual abuse material

    The Queen used her speech at the state opening of Parliament to reaffirm the Government's commitment to develop legislation to make the internet safer for children and "vulnerable" users.

  11. IWF analysts finding fifteen times more child sexual abuse content online than they were ten years ago

    Expert analysts have taken action against 200,000 websites containing child sexual abuse material

  12. Campaigners push to stop this being ‘the summer of online sexual abuse’ against children

    Campaigners are warning teenagers and their parents about online grooming and sexual exploitation as schools break up for the summer.