Get involved this year with Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) Awareness Day on Wednesday 24 October 2012. IWF Awareness Day is an annual event to raise awareness of where the public can go to report online child sexual abuse material.
Reports are confidential and can be made anonymously.
The IWF UK Hotline, which tackles online child sexual abuse content, is currently undertaking some research into the prevalence of sexually explicit, self-generated content which features young people. Together with Childnet International and South West Grid for Learning, IWF will present the findings alongside the educational response to this, at their event in Westminster on Awareness Day.
Supporting this day will be IWF Members - online companies - who will be dedicating some online space to promoting the IWF to their customers. If you would like to support IWF Awareness Day, contact the IWF at the email address at the bottom of this page.
Public reports to the IWF have helped to:
If you are interested, you can get involved in the following ways:
For more information or to report a website, visit the IWF's website.
Internet Watch Foundation