Women are at the forefront of digital rights and security and are not just using digital security, but also creating feminist digital security guides. Below, I curate some of them.
The internet has allowed me access to spaces that have helped me navigate my gender transition easily, as opposed to pre-internet days.
Here is what NOT to say to women who report online violence. We need to start taking online violence seriously, and retire victim-blaming forever.
FII's Digital Editor Asmita Ghosh was a speaker at the Woman Up Summit, and spoke about feminist subcultures on the internet.
On International Day of Persons with Disabilities, let's look at how women with disabilities experience and navigate the internet.
What happens when men and women post about the EXACT same thing? #DigitalHifazat
Gendered differences in how people negotiate physical spaces are carried forward into the online realm as well.
Watch our video to listen to six young women on what it means to be a woman on the internet for FII's campaign #DigitalHifazat.
The pros and cons of availing of anonymous platforms such as Sarahah – a source of immense violence can also be the very platform of solace.
Unsolicited dick pics are a violation of consent and the ethics of cyberspace, which can be just as unsafe as the outer world.