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Tag: Online Harassment
Speaking Of Epidemics – Let’s Talk About Trolling And Online Violence
13th June, 2020
The internet can be an adverse place at the best of times. The slightest bit we can do is strive to contribute some kindness where we can.
The Breakthrough Voice
Navigating The Internet In The Overwhelming Presence Of Misogyny
5th February, 2019
A month back, a message in my Instagram inbox from a perfect stranger read, “Kill You”. Incensed and rankled in equal measure, I visited the profil...
5 Things We Figured From One Year Of Talking Online Harassment And Safe Spaces
20th December, 2018
1. When we went to Hazaribagh and learned about how men respond to women online At Hazaribagh, we organised a pretty fun panel of experts wh...
Doxxing – Imagine Someone Using Your Home Address To Harass You
24th September, 2018
The advent of the internet made it possible for each of us to leave behind a breadcrumb trail of information about us that otherwise should have be...
Why Ignoring Hate Online Is Not An Option
16th August, 2018
People have different experiences on social media platforms. Some are trolled for their opinions, others receive thousands of likes for their photo...
Why Is Online Harassment Considered ‘Not Real’?
17th May, 2018
The first time I faced harassment online, I was fifteen. I grew up playing video games and was no stranger to a certain kind of coarse discourse. B...
The Breakthrough Voice
When I Tried To Talk To My Parents About The Internet…
11th May, 2018
One of my earlier memories is my mother being angry with me because I had accessed the internet “without permission”. This was a few years back, wh...
2nd April, 2018
Today, internet usage has become an essential part of our daily lives. We need it to connect with friends, network with peers, buy/sell/rent whatev...
Someone told you they were harassed online. What’s your response?
Breakthrough India and OLX
14th December, 2017
Moving Forward: From “Why Now?” to “What Now?”
11th December, 2017
#MeToo was a conversation, but it was also more than that – it was a coming together of women’s voices on various public, social platforms. T...
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