UK Charity urges users to report illegal web content

The Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) is a UK-based Hotline for reporting illegal content. Specifically Child sexual abuse content hosted worldwide and criminally obscene and incitement to racial hatred content hosted in the UK.

It’s remit is to protect the citizens of the UK from illegal and offensive online content by allowing the public and IT professionals to report sites with potentially illegal online content. They work in partnership with the ISPs, law enforcement, government, the education sector, charities, international partners and the public to minimize the availability of this content.

They seek to find and report on child sexual abuse content hosted anywhere in the world and criminally obscene and incitement to racial hatred content hosted in the UK.

They use a ‘notice and take-down’ service which alerts ISPs to potentially illegal content on their servers and provide information to law enforcement partners in the UK and abroad.

As a direct result, less than 1% of child sexual abuse content, known to the IWF, has apparently been hosted in the UK since 2003, down from 18% in 1997.

As sexually abusive images of children are primarily hosted abroad, they provide a dynamic list of child sexual abuse URLs.

The IWF want web citizens, in the UK and abroad to report all and any content to them

Scamdex is of the opinion that only community-led notification can help protect our children from being exposed to this obscenity and hopefully prevent children being exploited to feed this industry.

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2 thoughts on “UK Charity urges users to report illegal web content

  1. Lucas Murphy says:

    This website is designed to trick people into donating money toward a cancer patients theorapy,who is just a charector from a T.V show,if you go to this site or have ever seen The show BreakingBad you will be furious at this scam! if you need proof just youtube BreakingBad,i hope there is a way to take down this evil person’s site.

  2. Eliis Green says:

    This Nigerian based identity theft ring, sells counterfeit Nokia Cell Phone Products as the lure. Then they ruin your life after placing the order.

    It has happened to me and many others. It was all traced back to these scammers.

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