The organization and our goals

We have developed policies to help global internet users, domain name holders and registry operators address such issues as: parental controls around online sexual content; accurate domain registration information; child abuse imagery; and privacy and consumer rights.

We are currently developing educational materials aimed at providing teachers, parents and children with pragmatic and effective tools to understand and address online sexual content and activity.

IFFOR’s Goals

  • Promote user choice, parental control, and the development and adoption of responsible business practices designed to combat online child abuse images.
  • Protect free expression rights as defined in the United Nations’ Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Article 19.
  • Protect the privacy, security, and consumer rights of consenting adult consumers.
  • Foster communication among Internet stakeholders.

IFFOR develops specific policies according to the provisions of it’s Bylaws through a three-step process: conducting a structured Policy Development Process, establishing Baseline Policies, and responding to issue reports initiated by the IFFOR Policy Council.

Online learning and parental controls

We dug into the issue of parental controls and looked at what the facts and the trends are with children’s online learning and how parents are dealing this significant change during the COVID-19 pandemic >> Learn More



We have developed a new seven-part educational program to help children aged 11-14 understand issues surrounding online sexual content >> Learn More


Baseline policies

We developed a full set of policies for the use of .xxx domain names, covering everything from scanning to labelling requirements, best practices, disqualification, content abuse and registration >> Learn More



We run a grants process to fund organizations that advance our policy goals. In 2016, we are covering the cost of our AtFirstSite education program complete with professional delivery of the materials >> Learn More

Check out

We have recently finished a seven-part program aimed at helping children make sense of online sexual content. It is the first of its kind anywhere in the world and we are pretty proud of it. Find out more on the AtFirstSite website. Find out more