Record amounts of child sexual abuse imagery were found online and removed last year thanks to improving technology in the field of detecting and assessing such images, according to a new report.
Internet Watch Foundation
More than 100,000 webpages showing images of child sexual abuse have been removed from the internet after intervention by the Internet Watch Foundation (IWF), the UK charity has said.
For more than two decades, they have been trying to rid the world wide web of child abuse images.
Children as young as three are being coerced into live-streaming their own sexual abuse from their homes, a study has found.