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Resources for IWF Members

We have a range of resources available in addition to the services we provide to our Members.

Some of the information in this section is confidential and should not be shared with non IWF Members. If in doubt please contact our Membership Team by email at members@iwf.org.uk or call us on +44(0)1223 20 30 30.

Briefing notes

Best practice guide

IWF Member newsletter

IWF newsletter

IWF brand guidelines

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Briefing notes

Where relevant we share briefing notes with Members:

EU Regulation on open internet access (Net Neutrality)

BEREC, the ‘Body of European Regulators for Electronic Communications’ has issued guidelines for National Regulators on the implementation of Regulation (EU) 2015/2120 laying down measures concerning open internet access.

The Regulation touches upon what can be considered ‘reasonable traffic management’ for ISPs and is therefore potentially relevant for ISPs blocking known child sexual abuse material as well as other types of illegal content.

The IWF has consistently raised concerns with the lack of clarity of the Regulation as to whether or not voluntary actions by ISPs to block child sexual abuse content would continue to be considered possible as ‘reasonable traffic management’.

IWF Keywords List upgrade January 2018

IWF Keywords List upgrade January 2018

Best Practice Guide

Our Best Practice Guide is designed to provide a quick checklist of things your organisation should observe when dealing with indecent images of children that are found on your computers, electronic devices and/or networks. That may happen because of criminal behaviour by staff or a breach of security. Equally, your staff may be inadvertently exposed to indecent images of children whilst using the internet at work.

IWF Member newsletter

We will send you a regular IWF Member only e-newsletter with the latest IWF news, industry and parliamentary updates and events direct to your inbox. You can access archived versions on our IWF Member Newsletter page.

IWF newsletter

We provide a free e-newsletter with the latest IWF news, industry and parliamentary updates and events direct to your inbox.

IWF Brand Guidelines

We encourage and welcome the use of our Brand Features by our IWF Member companies and other reputable partners. 

However, we also need to be careful about protecting the reputation of our organisation and this includes the use of our Brand Features, or other content, which demonstrates an association with us. 

Therefore, our Brand Features can only be used in ways that follow our Brand Guidelines.

IWF Member Day 18 October 2017 - post event pack

IWF Member Day 18 October 2017 - post event pack

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