Take Back the Tech!, an international campaign to reclaim technology to prevent violence against women is now 10!
With the rise of cyber crimes, pronouncement of cyber cells in cities seem like a next feasible step. In India, there are 10 cyber cells.
FII's Digital Editor Asmita Ghosh was a speaker at the Woman Up Summit, and spoke about feminist subcultures on the internet.
If you’re concerned about your social updates and information winding up in unexpected places, here are some safety considerations to keep your social media safe.
When women complain about harassment on Facebook, they are routinely told to simply block the perpetrators or disable their own accounts.
The internet has allowed me access to spaces that have helped me navigate my gender transition easily, as opposed to pre-internet days.
FII and SFLC held a workshop on combatting online harassment and how to be digitally secure. A participant penned down her key takeaways.
500 Indian women were surveyed for surveyed for a research report on cyber violence against women in India by Japleen Pasricha.
Here are some digital security tips to keep yourself protected from online violence and abuse, by Japleen Pasricha, Founder-Director of FII.
Until we support each other to reclaim online space and together demand for reforms in the legislations as well as ‘community guidelines’ on various platforms, we cannot be equal on the Internet, and we NEED to be equal online.