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Cayman joins fight against online child pornography

02 June, 2016

An article published today in a local newpaper states in part:

 

"With the launch today of a dedicated web portal, residents of the Cayman Islands can now quickly and easily report, anonymously if they wish, websites or social media pages that carry pornographic pictures of children. The portal can be accessed though a number of local websites, including all of Cayman News Service’s sites. The initiative, which is now active in all British overseas territories, is spearheaded by the Internet Watch Foundation (IWF), a UK-based charity, and managed locally through the RCIPS."

 

To read the complete article please click here.

 

The Authority wishes to inform the public that, along with other entities including Government websites, it has published a link, under the "Complaints" drop down box which can be found at the top of the page, to the Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) website.