StopNCII.org (Stop Non-Consensual Intimate Image Abuse) is a free global tool to protect intimate images from being shared online by perpetrators of intimate image abuse.
StopNCII.org creates a digital fingerprint, known as a hash, of your intimate image so it can be blocked from sharing on participating platforms. Intimate images are never transferred to nor saved on the StopNCII.org website, instead, the image never leaves the user's device.
StopNCII.org allows those being threatened with intimate image abuse to create unique identifiers of their images, known as ‘hashes’, without the image ever leaving their device. The hashes are then submitted to the StopNCII.org bank from where they will be shared with participating partners.
If an image is uploaded to the platform that matches the corresponding hash, the image will be moderated. If it meets the criteria of an intimate image, it will be removed and blocked from any further sharing across all partner platforms. Watch this video to find out more.
(Please note: This episode contains a brief mention of suicide)
This podcast episode hears from Crystal Palace footballer and NCII abuse survivor Leigh Nicol about the impact of having videos shared globally on porn sites, and how it led to months of anxiety and depression. We also speak with SWGfL's Revenge Porn Helpline manager Sophie Mortimer, and hear how StopNCII.org works with industry partners including Facebook, Instagram, TikTok and Bumble to provide a ground-breaking tool that prevents the sharing of non-consensual intimate images.
Find out more about StopNCII.org here: https://swgfl.org.uk/magazine/new-industry-partners-join-stopncii-org-to-prevent-the-sharing-of-non-consensual-intimate-images-online/
Reserve your place to join us for our annual Online Safety Day event in partnership with TikTok taking place on Wednesday 13th December.
17th November 2023
SWGfL are attending a roundtable event at the White House in Washington DC, discussing AI whilst announcing Snap as a StopNCII.org industry partner.
13th November 2023
StopNCII.org has recently been announced as a finalist in the Equals in Tech Awards hosted by the Equals Global Partnership. Find out more here
8th November 2023
We have been delighted to attend the Internet Governance Forum (IGF) to discuss our extensive work within the protection of individuals online.
11th October 2023