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  • Are you Being Stalked? Help is Available

    Information about what stalking is and how to get a protection order if it's happening to you. Read More

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    King County Prosecutor's Office
  • Information for Stalking Victims in Washington State

    This memo will help you learn about stalking and how to protect yourself. If you need more information about stalking and the ways to protect yourself, see the Resources section at the end of this memo. Read More

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    Legal Voice
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    Russian / Pусский
  • Know Your Rights: Nonconsensual Pornography ("Revenge Porn")

    “Nonconsensual pornography” is when a sexually graphic image of you is shared without your consent. It’s also commonly called “revenge porn.” This provides info about what it is and what you can do if this happens to you. Read More

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    Legal Voice
  • Smartphone Apps that Can Help Keep You Safe from Abuse

    There are several mobile apps that are specifically designed for college-age students to help keep you safe. The apps provide an easy way to connect with a trusted circle of friends when you're in a situation where you're not feeling safe or need help. Read More

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    Women of Color Network
  • Something Can Be Done! Guide

    Without My Consent empowers victims of egregious online privacy violations to lead the fight against online harassment. WMC makes educational materials on these topics available through this website, free of charge. Though the materials provided here are broader in scope, much of our work currently centers on the non-consensual distribution of sexually explicit images. Read More

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    Without My Consent
  • Who's stalking: what to know about mobile spyware

    Do you think an abusive partner or ex is monitoring you through your phone? They might be using stalking apps (spyware) that secretly track your devices. Here’s information about what stalking apps are, how to tell if they’re on your device, and what to do if they are. Read More

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    Federal Trade Commission
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