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You shut down the laptop and watch the screen go black. What we’ve learned together has been shocking. But the criminals haven’t won. Far from it. Where there are the worst crimes, there is also the strongest resolve. While we see appalling abuse, we know there is also hope.In this, the final episode of Pixels from a Crime Scene, we set our sights on the future. A new, talented tech-savvy generation could hold the key to making the internet safe again for everyone, while an “army of digital detectives” could turn the tide against those who would exploit and abuse children. It is already happening.The Internet Watch Foundation is leading the charge to rid the internet of child sexual abuse material, and it is not alone. We know we can only do this if governments, companies, charities, law enforcement, and people all work together. We know it is possible. We know we can do it.Find out more and donate to the IWF at iwf.org.uk Support the show (https://www.iwf.org.uk/support-iwf-and-help-make-internet-a-safer-place)
Behind the screen, a battle is raging. You can’t see it. You may not even know it’s taking place. That’s the point.The Internet Watch Foundation works hard to make sure you never see some of the worst images of children being sexually abused. Every day, they see these videos, and they fight to get them taken down, and they work with governments, businesses, and law enforcement all around the world to make sure criminals have no place to hide.But could things be about to get worse?In this episode of Pixels from a Crime Scene, we explore what tech companies are doing in the global battle against child sexual abuse material, and how new online encryption could expose millions more to some of the worst material on the internet. Find out more and donate to the IWF at iwf.org.uk Support the show (https://www.iwf.org.uk/support-iwf-and-help-make-internet-a-safer-place)
So, you think videos and pictures of children being sexually abused and raped only exist on the dark web? Think again. The epidemic of criminal content is out there on the open internet. It’s being shared in apps we all use and can be found on sites where we all think everyone is safe.In this episode of Pixels from a Crime Scene, we hop on plane. From the Netherlands to the USA we follow the digital thread and see how sometimes the worst crimes are being perpetrated out in the open, sometimes in plain sight.We speak to investigative journalist and author/host of The Missing Cryptoqueen podcast Jamie Bartlett who takes us through the good and bad elements of the dark web.Find out more and donate to the IWF at iwf.org.uk #PixelsFromACrimeSceneSupport the show (https://www.iwf.org.uk/support-iwf-and-help-make-internet-a-safer-place)
The problem we are facing is staggering. Some experts warn 1% of the entire male population could have an interest in sex with prepubescent children.But what do you do when that problem is in your very own home? When someone you know is watching children being raped, tortured and sexually abused online? Someone you had trusted?In this episode of Pixels from a Crime Scene, we hear how addiction to criminal material tears families apart. We see how there is no such thing as a victimless crime where online child sexual abuse material is concerned, and how those viewing images and videos are complicit in the most horrendous abuse of innocent children. Find out more and donate to the IWF at iwf.org.uk  Support the show (https://www.iwf.org.uk/support-iwf-and-help-make-internet-a-safer-place)
It’s a global industry, and it preys on children. A young girl is online. She makes a friend, and soon they’re chatting, making jokes together and having a good time. But that friend is not who they say they are. Soon, the girl is being terrorized, coerced, bullied, and blackmailed into sending explicit images of herself to the stranger. All from her own bedroom in the family home. And then it gets worse.In this episode of Pixels from a Crime Scene, we talk to Rhiannon, a survivor of child sexual abuse, who was groomed by a predator on the internet when she was just 13. We expose how criminals are luring young victims into dangerous situations, and ask how safe are our children online? Find out more and donate to the IWF at iwf.org.uk Support the show (https://www.iwf.org.uk/support-iwf-and-help-make-internet-a-safer-place)
A young man closes his laptop. He checks his phone. He ties his trainers. He’s on his way out to meet some mates. He is also a sexual predator. He is part of a “new generation” of online abusers, with police warning that more and more 18 to 25 year-old men in the UK are viewing child abuse online and even “directing” the abuse of children. In this episode of Pixels from a Crime Scene, host Angela Young meets Susie Hargreaves OBE, Chief Executive of the IWF, Fred Langford, the IWF’s Deputy Chief Executive and Chief Technical Officer, Simon Bailey, the National Police Chief Councils’ (NPCC) lead on child protection, and John Carr OBE, Internet Safety and Security Consultant. She looks at the realities facing those leading the fight against the criminals who view, share and even trade child sexual abuse imagery online, and confronts us with some uncomfortable truths about the changing face of online abusers. Find out more and donate to the IWF at iwf.org.ukSupport the show (https://www.iwf.org.uk/support-iwf-and-help-make-internet-a-safer-place)
At any one time, up to 100,000 men in the UK are looking at images and videos of children being sexual abused online. Who are they? ‘Pixels from a Crime Scene’ is a brand new six-part podcast series from the Internet Watch Foundation lifting the lid on the criminal world of child sexual abuse on the internet. Subscribe to ‘Pixels from a Crime Scene’ on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you listen to your podcasts. Episodes 1 - 3 launch on 13 April 2020. Learn more and donate to the IWF at www.iwf.org.uk/podcast #PixelsFromACrimeScene Explicit content - adults only. Support the show (https://www.iwf.org.uk/support-iwf-and-help-make-internet-a-safer-place)
Online child sexual abuse material is a huge problem, and it's growing. There could be as many as 45 million images online of children suffering sexual abuse. Join us in this brand new six-episode podcast series as we talk to those working on the front-line of the battle against child sexual abuse onlline. Subscribe and check back on 13 April 2020 for the first three episodes.Find out more at www.iwf.org.ukSupport the show (https://www.iwf.org.uk/support-iwf-and-help-make-internet-a-safer-place)
Pixels from a Crime Scene. A new 6-part podcast series exploring the dark world of online child sexual abuse and those trying to stop it. The Internet Watch Foundation works tirelessly to fight the sharing of explicit images and videos of child sexual abuse and we talk to those on the front line. Subscribe and check back on 13 April 2020 for the first three episodes. Find out more at www.iwf.org.ukSupport the show (https://www.iwf.org.uk/support-iwf-and-help-make-internet-a-safer-place)
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Podcast Details

Created by
Internet Watch Foundation
Podcast Status
Hiatus/Finished
Started
Mar 26th, 2020
Latest Episode
May 10th, 2020
Release Period
Weekly
Episodes
9
Avg. Episode Length
23 minutes
Explicit
Yes
Order
Episodic
Language
English

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