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  • Cyber Civil Rights Initiative – a clearinghouse for information about non-consensual photography/pornography. CCRI supports victims and victim advocates, referring pro or low bono services to help them regain control of their search results and lives, and supports the passage of updated legislation.
  • Digital Rights Foundation – based in Pakistan, aims to strengthen protections for human rights defenders (HRDs), with a focus on women’s rights, in digital spaces through policy advocacy & digital security awareness-raising.
  • Gender & Tech Resources – a manual for women in tech.
  • HeartMob – provides real-time support to people being harassed online.
  • How to Protect Your Nude Selfies From Vengeful Ex-Boyfriends and Trolls – Natasha Vargas-Cooper
  • Online Abuse 101 – a list of terms and definitions used in cyber abuse/bullying.
  • Online Abuse Prevention Initiative – a nonprofit organization dedicated to reducing and mitigating online abuse through: the study and analysis of abuse patterns, the creation of anti-harassment tools and resources, and collaboration with key tech companies seeking to better support their communities.
  • SafeHub Collective – believes that public spaces, physical or digital, should be safe and accessible for everyone and strives to achieve that goal through collective action, community-based solutions, and a transformative justice philosophy.
  • So You’ve Been Doxed: A Guide To Best Practices – from Crash Override Network, an Anti-Online Hate Task Force, staffed by former targets, providing resources, outreach, and support to combat mob hatred and harassment.
  • Speak Up & Stay Safe(r): A Guide To Protecting Yourself From Online Harassment– informative document created by Jaclyn Friendman, Anita Sarkeesian, and Renee Bracey Sherman.
  • Take Back The Tech – a call to everyone, especially women and girls, to take control of technology to end violence against women. It’s a global, collaborative campaign project that highlights the problem of tech-related violence against women.
  • WHO@ (Working To Halt Online Abuse) – a volunteer organization founded in 1997 to fight online harassment through education of the general public, education of law enforcement personnel, and empowerment of victims.
  • Wired Safety – the largest and oldest online safety, education, and help group in the world. Originating in 1995 as a group of volunteers rating websites, it now provides one-to-one help, extensive information, and education to cyberspace users of all ages on a myriad of Internet and interactive technology safety, privacy and security issues.