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NEWS: Friendly WiFi celebrates its 1 Year Anniversary, read story in full here http://ow.ly/Qpi3S
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Fred Langford, IWF CEO, looks back at last two years of tackling online child sexual abuse imagery following the Prime Minister's 2013 'internet crackdown' speech http://ow.ly/PVx3Q
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On #CharityTuesday remember the Internet Watch Foundation is here to take reports of online child sexual abuse images and videos.
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NEWS: Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) welcomes first ever transport technology company, Nomad Digital, into IWF Membership. Read full story here.
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Kristof and Harriet are in Geneva for the WSIS Forum 2015! They're available to discuss the benefits of our international reporting solution, the IWF Portal. For the full story, see our website.

https://www.iwf.org.uk/about-iwf/news/post/410-world-summit-on-the-information-society-wsis-forum-2015
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Ian, IWF Senior Internet Content Analyst, explains just what its like to view and assess hundreds to thousands of images of child sexual abuse  each and every working day. Read here...

http://www.internetmatters.org/educate/articles/the-job-of-analysing-child-sexual-abuse-images.html
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Don't just ignore online child sexual abuse images and videos, report them www.iwf.org.uk
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It's much easier to stumble across this type of online content than you think, know where to report it www.iwf.org.uk
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Today CEOP launch a suite of short films encouraging parents to talk to children about the dangers of #sexting and sharing nude photos of themselves. Film 4 also explains how the +Internet Watch Foundation works with CEOP to remove abusive images and videos of children online.
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ITU Standardization Bureau Director Malcolm Johnson stopped by the IWF stand at WSIS Forum 2015  in Geneva to speak with Harriet and Kristof about our work.
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Thanks to Cloudreach for inviting Julie to last night's Salesforce World Tour VIP Afterparty at Sunborn Hotel in London
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Thank you to all those that attended our Member's Welcome Event yesterday at Telefonica, London. For information on how your organisation can benefit from our services, contact the Membership Team - members@iwf.org.uk
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Report child sexual abuse content to the Internet Watch Foundation at www.iwf.org.uk
Introduction

We take reports of:

  • child sexual abuse content hosted anywhere in the world;
  • criminally obscene adult content hosted in the UK;
  • non-photographic child sexual abuse images hosted in the UK.

You can report any of these on our website at www.iwf.org.uk.

Reports can be made anonymously and may help to trace and rescue a victim of sexual abuse.      

We are an independent self-regulatory body, funded by the online industry and the EU. We work with the industry, law enforcement bodies and governments to tackle the global problem of child sexual abuse images online.

Our mission is the elimination of child sexual abuse content online.

Your reports enable us to provide unique data to law enforcement partners to:

  • Disrupt the availability of child sexual abuse content hosted anywhere in the world
  • Protect children who are victims of sexual abuse from repeat victimisation and public identification
  • Prevent internet users from accidentally stumbling across child sexual abuse content

You can find about what we do and why we do it at http://www.iwf.org.uk/about-iwf/remit-vision-and-mission.

To minimise the availability of child sexual abuse content:

  • We have a reporting mechanism on our website, www.iwf.org.uk, for anyone to report their inadvertent exposure to potentially criminal child sexual abuse content.
  • We issue ‘Notice and takedown’ notices to swiftly remove child sexual abuse content at source.
  • We provide a URL list of child sexual abuse material to member companies to help disrupt access to child sexual abuse content.

You can read more about how we combat child sexual abuse images online at http://www.iwf.org.uk/services

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