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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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OnlineSOS 5h
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 11h
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 11h
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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OnlineSOS Apr 16
"How to Dox Yourself" - A tip sheet by security experts and
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Lisa Fuller Apr 15
“In 2018... added the United States to its list of the most dangerous places” for journalists. “Journalists run the risk of arrest for covering protests or simply attempting to ask public officials questions.”
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OnlineSOS Apr 12
Wikipedia Isn’t Officially a Social Network. But the Harassment Can Get Ugly. via
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OnlineSOS Apr 12
Follow The Coral Project's tweets for an excellent rundown on latest discussions about online harassment direct from 's event
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Liz Lee Apr 10
Today, ’s op-ed on online harassment went live as part of nyt’s new privacy series + Microsoft’s hosted a screening of highlighting the experiences of women online for a tech audience + on intersectionality in q&a! 🙌🏼
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OnlineSOS Apr 11
Online harassment can sway coverage. How should respond?
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OnlineSOS Apr 10
“There is no way to guess what will incur online wrath..It could be politics or something as benign as a movie review. There are no parameters." via
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OnlineSOS Apr 8
After you've covered digital security basics like strong passwords, 2FA, and software updates, what's next? Review the plan >>
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Katherine Clark Apr 4
Today, we passed including my amendment to provide law enforcement tools & training to help victims of online harassment. 1 in 5 people experience harassment online (ex: cyberstalking, swatting, doxxing, ) and victims are most often women & people of color.
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OnlineSOS Apr 5
Recommended : Cozy up to "Media Manipulation and Disinformation Online" by
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OnlineSOS Apr 4
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