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‘Violence online in India: cybercrimes against women and minorities on social media’ is a research report, which aims to analyse the unique threats that women and marginalised sections in India face online and how Indian laws affect these problems. This research was part of US-based INGO Freedom House‘s Hyperlinkers project, which seeks to amplify the voices of marginalised communities in global digital rights discussions.

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