Category Archives: IWF

New IWF Research Published: Youth Produced Sexual Content

The Internet Watch Foundation have published the key findings of a quantitative study of youth-produced sexual content online. The study  has been carried out over a three month period between September and November 2014 and used a combination of proactively sourced … Continue reading

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IWF Annual Report

On 7th April, the Internet Watch Foundation (IWF)  (part of the UK Safer Internet Centre) launched its 2013 annual report and revealed the latest trends in assessing and removing child sexual abuse images from the internet. Last year the IWF … Continue reading

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ChildLine Tackling Sexting with The Internet Watch Foundation

ChildLine believes that “Sexting”(the sending of self-generated indecent images or videos by mobile phone or online) has become so common “it is considered mundane” by young people. In a recent NSPCC/ChildLine survey of 13-18 year olds: 60 per cent said … Continue reading

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