Manish Sansi, general counsel - India and company secretary, Tata Communications, said: "In line with our strong corporate values and ethos of integrity, we have adopted and implemented the IWF
resources to block child sexual abuse material from the internet.
But the IWF
and Everton hope the campaign will educate them to paste the link into the IWF
website instead - thereby helping to eradicate indecent images of children.
According to Puentevella, the former president of the Philippine Weightlifting Association and a director in the IWF
, it will be the first time that two Filipino lifters will go to the Olympics.
is awaiting confirmation of those failures and a final tally from the IOC, which was not immediately available for comment when contacted by Reuters late Wednesday.
A number of participants spoke about the skills they learned by participating in the programs offered by IWF
, such as the Leadership Enhancement and Mentoring Program (LEMP).
, which was launched in 1996, is funded by 117 companies and organisations including technology giants Apple, Google, Facebook and Twitter.
"Women Who Make a Difference" Award is a global award that is given to a select number of women who are recognized as exemplary role models for women's progress and development, demonstrate a track record of outstanding achievements, are highly respected in their professional fields and are publicly recognized for contributions to the community.
The vision of the IWF
is the elimination of child abuse online and funding comes from large internet companies such as Google and Facebook.
In addition to the WMIA's initiative to unite global standards, Azzoni says IWF
2014 will feature a Qualified Dealer Program designed for regional distributors.
members have access to a range of services designed to combat online child sexual abuse images and videos.
uk, search giant Google has said that it will give 1million pounds to the IWF
, while Sky, BT, Virgin and other companies that offer online services have pledged 1million pounds combined.
Susie Hargreaves, IWF
CEO, said: "The IWF
is at the forefront of tackling child sexual abuse images on the internet.