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Tech nonprofit empowering journalists & individuals in the face of online harassment. If you need help, check out our 1-stop resource guide.
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Liz Lee @ #nn19 Jul 12
Packed house at the new tools showcase hosted by at ! Clear, powerful, inspiring pitches - and even a live demo! Thank you for coordinating and being judges 👏🏼👏🏽👏🏾👏🏿
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Sue Scheff Jul 11
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OnlineSOS Jun 26
As we prepare Into 2020 landscape report, let's take a look at some ways communities and individuals can protect themselves from bad actors-- on and offline.
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OnlineSOS Jun 23
Journalists & other media professionals are all too often the target of online harassment that has real world consequences. Check out our checklist for ways that journalists & public facing figures can protect themselves.
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OnlineSOS Jun 22
If you feel that you've been targeted or harassed online, please check out our list of resources
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OnlineSOS Jun 22
Our report delves into why an accurate taxonomy is an important step if we are going to . Check out our post on why "trolling" can be a dangerous misnomer.
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OnlineSOS Jun 21
Our amazing community has made it possible for us to do our work and invest the resources needed to produce our landscape report. THANK YOU to for your support & for being an ally to
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OnlineSOS Jun 21
In the coming weeks we will be sharing the results of our year-long analysis of online harassment. To learn more about who we are, and why we're doing this important work, check out this video of our Founder & CEO.
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OnlineSOS Apr 26
The Power—and Pitfalls—of Incivility: “ demands more than eyeballs and opinions. But… may also have the power to move citizens to the ballot box.” via
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OnlineSOS Apr 25
Is "trolling" the right term to use when describing ? Great piece by explores the topic: on
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OnlineSOS Apr 24
"Twitter gets more proactive about combating abuse" via What would you like to see do to curb abuse and harassment?
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OnlineSOS Apr 23
Experiencing online harassment can be overwhelming. Take it step-by-step. There *are* for you, including checklists and Action Plans to help:
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OnlineSOS Apr 23
Replying to @AmandaHilden
Thanks for the follow and likes Amanda! True, maybe the result will be similar to the "mute" / "block" catch-22 that people experience. It will be interesting to follow the roll-out.
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OnlineSOS Apr 23
Great point! Thanks Dale.
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OnlineSOS Apr 22
“We know that digital attacks need to be taken seriously.” - Nadine Hoffman, speaking at via Read more takeaways from the symposium >>
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OnlineSOS Apr 20
plans to launch a "hide replies" feature to reduce abuse on the platform. What do you think? Yay or Nay? via
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OnlineSOS Apr 19
Launched by , the Campaign raises awareness about online violence against women >> Read the stories >>
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PEN America Apr 17
Replying to @PENamerican
While is considering new ways to reduce abuse, if you or anyone you know faces online harassment, PEN America's Online Harassment Field Manual provides strategies and resources for protecting your online presence, practicing self-care, and more
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OnlineSOS Apr 18
" across the country reported terrifying harassment and death threats, online and in person, that were particularly abusive toward women and journalists of color.” , reported by
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OnlineSOS Apr 17
When and How to Use an Online Harassment Action Plan
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