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Podcast — a series of short podcasts from IWF

February 26, 2024

If you seek initiatives that are making a significant impact in the tech and digital safety realms, you should check out this exceptional resource: the Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) podcast series.

This enlightening podcast series ventures into the heart of one of the internet’s most pressing challenges — online child sexual abuse imagery. Through a collection of thought-provoking episodes, the IWF podcast brings together a diverse array of voices from various fields, including technology, law enforcement, policy-making, and survivor advocacy, to explore the multifaceted efforts required to combat this issue.

For professionals navigating the complexities of digital safety, cybersecurity, legal frameworks, or child protection, this podcast serves as an invaluable tool. It provides not just insights into the nature and scale of the problem, but also highlights innovative solutions, shares best practices, and fosters a sense of community among those dedicated to making the internet a safer place for the most vulnerable.

Visitors of Sparks in the Dark are strongly encouraged to delve into the IWF podcast series. It’s more than just an educational resource; it’s a call to action and an opportunity to be part of a global movement towards eradicating online child sexual abuse imagery. Check out the podcast today: IWF Podcast.

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