Thanks to all those in IWF Membership for your continuous support.
For a list of our current Members please click here >https://www.iwf.org.uk/members/current-members
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For the period of 3 Feb to 31 March 2014 the new analysts processed 4,113 reports - of those 995 were found to be child sexual abuse imagery.
The actioning of 995 reports is a significant achievement for the new team and we are proud to be able to report their outstanding commitment to the removal of indecent images of children from the internet.
To read more about last years achievements, why not take a look at our Annual and Charity Report 2013? > https://www.iwf.org.uk/accountability/annual-reports/2013-annual-report
Read More at > http://www.iwf.org.uk/about-iwf/news/post/392-further-protection-for-internet-users-in-channel-islands
Find out more > https://www.iwf.org.uk/about-iwf/news/post/391-epoch-payments-becomes-iwf-member
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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