This is a very worthy cause as the Internet Watch Foundation is an organisation set up to allow individuals to report online criminal activity quickly and securely. The Internet Watch Foundation is committed to the removal of child sexual abuse images, criminal obscene Internet images and non photographic sexual abuse images from the web and to stop the people who are involved in this criminal activity. In the past 2 years they have been a part of rescuing 12 children from abuse in the UK. With the rapid evolution of the Internet and the power it contains it was always going to bring some negative uses along with all the positive and that’s where Internet Watch Foundation come in. IWF provide a safe place for online users to report illegal online activity or something they deem to be inappropriate. This foundation has an integral purpose and is a company that we have needed for some time, they now boast a whole support network with over 120 companies backing the work they do. Each week Internet Watch Foundation assess over 1000 web pages and take reports from people on a daily basis, you can safely make a complaint or report about any images or internet activity whilst maintaining your anonymity. This not-for-profit organisation strives to child sexual abuse imagery and by developing their technology they are able to stop thousands of images being uploaded in the first place. Internet Watch Foundation’s continuous hard work has directly impacted the internet and they are happy to say that 18% of child sexual abuse content has been declined to 1%. These kind of statistics show the importance of such a foundation, so why not help this key charity by visiting the official Internet Watch Foundation. You can donate, join them, follow their social media accounts or even help us contribute via our voucher codes. We donate 20% of our voucher codes’ profits to a good cause each month, so use our voucher codes and then vote for Internet Watch Foundation in our monthly poll.
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