I feel so much safer now.
. . . like in the old days, when our vicar looked after me. He had a very special way to make sure that I would not sin that I must never tell anyone about.
So there's another non-government agency that has been elevated to stand above the law.
Don't get me wrong, I think that child abuse, snuff clips and other sick stuff shouldn't be on the web. But if this needs to be actively hunted down (and I think it should), then this should be the task of an executive arm of the law, like a police force.
I think a foundation or workshop or whatever with this amount of power and no need to answer the state for it is just wrong.
Just imagine Emily Snorple-Frumpington of the IWF not agreeing with your choice of garden plants. She might find some snuff movies on your computer. Whether that is true, leads to something, or is fabricated doesn't help you after your name is wrecked. And whereas a PC's wrongdoing will be investigated into, a private agency does not really have to answer to the law . . .