Privacy & Domestic Violence
Survivors and victims of domestic violence need to safeguard the privacy of their personal information. And now, with the ease of access to personal, revealing details on the Internet, it's more important than ever that these individuals take steps to control the spread of their information online.
Data Privacy Day provides this page dedicated to privacy and domestic violence. Data Privacy Day has joined with Reputation.com to make available to victims and survivors of domestic violence the opportunity to safeguard privacy online and remove personal data from the Internet. On this page, you can review information about domestic violence, resources for victims and survivors of domestic violence pertaining to protecting privacy online, and a special invitation from Reputation.com to use MyPrivacy, a service that will help you secure your privacy.
What is Domestic Violence?
Why do victims and survivors need to protect their privacy?
Domestic Violence Privacy Education and Resources from the National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV):
Visit NNEDV’s Resources and Publications page for many more helpful and informative materials.
How you can protect the privacy of your personal information online:
Visit myprivacy for domestic violence victims provided by Reputation.com to get help protecting your information and removing information that should not be on the Internet.
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