Abuse has gone digital. Today, we are spending more time on our devices than ever before. This has pushed victims, and those seeking to harm them, online in record numbers and created new safety risks for victims of gender-based and family violence. As such, it has become increasingly important to develop skills that prioritize digital safety in the communities we serve.
This session will demystify the tech-enabled abuse landscape and illustrate how anyone can prevent and address the ways in which victims are harmed online and via their devices.
This event is for providers who work with military-connected domestic violence victims of digital stalking.
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