StopNCII.org – Two years of protecting adults against intimate image abuse
StopNCII has released the latest data around how many adults across the world have protected themselves against intimate image abuse.
Ofcom announces draft codes of practice to protect children online
Ofcom has published its draft codes of practice focusing on addressing illegal material online. Read more in this article
Snap Inc. announced as new StopNCII.org industry partner at White House conference
StopNCII.org has announced Snap Inc as a new industry partner for helpling to protect adults against the non-consensual sharing of…
Online Safety Bill Becomes Law after Receiving Royal Assent
The Online Safety Bill has now received Royal Assent, making legislation legal. Read more about what this means for the…
IWF analysts report rise in sexual extortion cases of boys
IWF experts have reported a steep increase in reports of children being blackmailed to share sexual images of themselves by…
Online Safety Bill – How the UK Safer Internet Centre Campaigned for Online Appeals Processes
In this article, we explain our journey towards how we campaigned for stronger online appeals processes to be included as…
UK Safer Internet Centre – Online Safety Bill statement
The UK Safer Internet Centre is delighted to express its support for the Online Safety bill, a crucial step toward…
Tech breakthrough helps IWF analysts assess criminal imagery in seconds
A new clustering technology is helping IWF analysts to assess multiple child sexual abuse images in seconds.
Continue to Tackle Online Abuse in Sport with Report Harmful Content
Report Harmful Content is continuing to explore how we can all tackle online abuse in sport.
New release! IWF launches podcast on the effects end-to-end encryption could have in the fight against child sexual abuse imagery
The introduction of end-to-end encryption to messaging apps could increase the amount of child sexual abuse images and videos circulating…
IWF Annual Report launch video
In 2022, the IWF took action to remove a record-breaking 255,588 websites containing child sexual abuse material.