The Internet Watch Foundation (IWF), a hotline service for reporting child pornography on the Internet, is now fully up and running. Formed to implement the Safetynet proposals adopted in September by the government, police and Internet service providers' associations, the IWF is calling for the public to report any Web material they believe may be illegal, with a special focus on child pornography, an area where the hazy laws about Internet material are reasonably clear-cut.
The hotlines are open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The telephone number is 01223 236077. The fax number is 01223 235921. Email messages can be sent to [email protected] and more information can be found on the IWF Web site at www.internetwatch.org.uk/hotline.
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