Today @IWFhotline reveals 13,182 webpages contained child sexual abuse imagery last yr #IWFAR13 http://t.co/4BdHIxBO3i
— IWF Hotline (@IWFhotline) April 7, 2014
@IWFhotline @MsClaireLilley That's clever of you to know, as only a court can decide the indecency of an image of a child.(Embedded tweets - click date)
— The OSC (@OSCP5) April 7, 2014
IWF 2013 Annual Report
November 4, 2014
REVEALED: The dangerously fluffy nature of the Internet Watch Foundation’s sex-abuse crusade
"This is not a Comres project carried out to enlighten us on the vexed and complicated subject of child abuse: it is a study conducted to assist in the process of establishing the Internet Watch Foundation as a Jolly Good Thing of which Jolly Nice People approve.
Heigh-ho. Another steel-toed shoe in another door. Onwards to a future of jackboots on faces. Faceboot: now there’s a good name for an online social network."
Published: 10:21, 4 November 2014 | Updated: 10:21, 4 November 2014
Online boycott backed over abuse