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Seventh Annual Technology Summit Highlights Importance of Technology Safety for Survivors of Violence

Date added: August 26, 2019

Above: Erica Olsen moderates a panel that explored how survivors can tell their own stories in an authentic way, while also understanding the risks of storytelling publicly and digitally (from left: Erica Olsen, NNEDV; Alicia Aiken, Confidentiality Institute: Ferial Nijem, survivor of tech-facilitated abuse; Alejandro Alba, NowThis; and April McGill, Red Woman Rising and California […]

Technology Safety

Date added: April 19, 2018

The Safety Net Project Technology has a major impact in the lives of survivors. It is often misused by abusive partners and perpetrators against victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, and trafficking. Technology, in its various forms, offers essential tools victims can use to access help, strategically maintain safety and privacy, and remain connected […]

Technology-Facilitated Stalking: What You Need to Know

Date added: May 22, 2017

Through technology and our use of social media, we can quickly and easily connect with other people. However, typical activities such as tweeting, updating a Facebook status, or using a phone’s GPS to find local restaurants can all be misused by abusers to stalk, harass, surveil, and control victims.

Second Annual Technology Summit Registration Now Open!

Date added: April 15, 2014

April 15, 2014 - This unique 3-day training will focus on the various complex issues and concerns that come from the intersection of technology and domestic & sexual violence, stalking, and trafficking.