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…
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.
Reporting online harassment and abuse in sport
Report Harmful Content is running a campaign to raise awareness and support those in sport affected by harmful online material.
IWF Annual Report launch video
In 2022, the IWF took action to remove a record-breaking 255,588 websites containing child sexual abuse material.
The most severe Category A online child sexual abuse doubles in two years, new IWF data shows
In 2022, the IWF found 51,369 webpages containing the most severe kinds of abuse, up from 25,050 pages in 2020.
IWF works alongside Ukraine to help stop spread of child sexual abuse material
The IWF has relaunched a special Ukrainian language portal to help fight online child sexual abuse imagery.
It’s official: Safer Internet Day 2023 has over 1,000 supporters
We can’t wait to see all your creative and unique plans in the lead up to and on the day…
ProjectEVOLVE Announced as Finalist for Bett Awards 2023
ProjectEVOLVE has been announced as a 2023 Bett Awards finalist for the ‘Wellbeing, Digital Wellness & Safeguarding Resources’ category.
UKSIC emphasises need for positive change as date given for Online Safety Bill’s Parliament return
The UKSIC has emphasised the need for positive change as it’s confirmed the Online Safety Bill will return to Parliament…
Safer Internet Day 2023 Education Resources now LIVE
The official Safer Internet Day 2023 education resources are now live and ready to download.
What it’s like to be on the frontline of the fight against online child sexual abuse?
Protecting children is at the heart of everything the IWF does. The team is looking to onboard two more analysts.…
IWF launches ‘It can happen in any home’, the latest podcast episode of Pixels from a Crime Scene
The new podcast episode explores the growing threat of coerced ‘self-generated’ child sexual abuse material.