In the new era where technology has involved as an extension of our identity, it is difficult to assume that the same rules of freedom of expression apply considering the pervasiveness and ease in accessibility make it easy for all kinds of people to share what they want (or possibly don’t want) on the internet. This document created by Harvard Law School’s Cyberlaw Clinic addresses legal and practical issues related to the practice colloquially known as sexting. It informs interventions related to sexting.
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The National Network to End Domestic Violence– Technology Safety Page contains resources on how technology can help victims and agencies effectively against domestic, dating, and other types of sexual violence. Some of the resources include “Cell Phone & Location Safety Strategies” for Victims, “Confidential Shelter Locations & the Internet” for Agencies & Programs working with Survivors concerning Confidentiality & Privacy, “Protection Order Registries & Databases” on Databases & Data Retention for Agencies & Programs working with Survivors and other resources.
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