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HeartMob Jan 14
Data researched and published about the of women online was explained by Tanya O'Carroll, director of Amnesty Tech at Amnesty International for NPR. She urged us to remember free speech is a two-pronged sword.
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Arpita Jan 9
THIS RIGHT NOW IS WHY I STAY FROM FROM TALKING TO MEN ON THE ON THE INTERNET. 😠
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HeartMob Jan 7
Hey you're awesome for spotting this moment of need! if you're enduring any level of or please feel free to share your story on our platform.
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IWMF 9h
member and founder raises the crucial aspect that the fear from journalism students doesn’t stop at sexual harassment. is also a large issue that journos face.
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HeartMob Jan 11
Are you ready to share your story of ? Don't worry, you can always be the ear that listens. See where you fit on today!
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Catriana McKie Jan 9
The good, the bad & the ugly of the internet in one thread
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Dr.Debarati Halder 10h
women r constantly trolled on Instagram4 wont stop unless their withdraw 4m Instagram. my latest discusses on , @https://debaraticyberspace.blogspot.com/2019/01/trolling-on-instagram-photos-should.html
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TrollBusters Jan 8
Check out some of TrollBusters' tips and memes on how to fight
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Lucy Westcott Jan 12
Less than ten minutes into ‘You’ on Netflix and it’s just a wildly irresponsible show!! Sorry!!
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HeartMob Jan 7
“When u make a manufacturer effectively immune, it means that the consequences will be borne by the user,” says lawyer Rotenberg of survivor. This case against Grindr is timely. We deserve better than a 1996 law. Things have to change.
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CCVCIndia Jan 14
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Nora Benavidez Jan 9
here's a list of resources if you're a writer/editor/journalist dealing with online harassment, aimed at helping with tools for safety, legal consideration about your rights, newsroom issues, & more.
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Dana Rubin Jan 7
Women, here's tools for protecting yourself online.
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Lisa-Michelle Kucharz Jan 9
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BCSTH Jan 9
"Google Drive isn’t a part of the web where you’d expect to be vulnerable to harassment, but ... "
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HeartMob Jan 9
Illinois, New York and California are making strides! Read how these states and their cities are making strides toward curbing and enacting statues to address in 2019!
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TrollBusters Jan 7
TrollBusters here. Tip: If you own web domains, get privacy protection. Learn how in this quick tip. To report
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terri harel Jan 10
Been back in the writer's seat recently. Always a little nerve-wracking—but so fun—and especially grateful to be researching/writing about an important and timely topic: of
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Abhishek Singh🐤 Jan 10
Teenage girls are twice as likely as boys to show depressive symptoms linked to use - mainly due to . Let’s come together to make the online spaces safe for children.
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HeartMob Jan 14
Vocal & Valiant women online are often the targets of brutish and Check out these resources if raising awareness has come at the cost of
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