That's what we're asking Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. Join our campaign beginning 21 July to demand answers and action!
Our 2013 Take Back the Tech! campaign focused on drawing the lines between the public and the private. Privacy is a fundamental human right and a critical part of preventing and responding to violence against women, but is increasingly eroded and under threat.
Today marks the start of the 16 Days of a Activism against Gender-based violence. Every year, we make a global commitment on 25th November - the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women - to strengthen our collective efforts to end violence against women everywhere in the world.
Take Back the Tech! kick starts our campaign by calling for a recognition to our right to privacy - and exploring the critical role that privacy plays in ending violence against women.
May 17 marks two important causes: The International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia (IDAHO) and World Internet Day. How do they connect?
Stop and think about the potential long-term impact of our actions when we record, share and pass on information using ICT. The culture of sharing online is not accompanied by a culture of respecting our right to privacy and safety. The violence stops with you. Take the pledge.
How many times have you received a forwarded message that contains photographs or a video of someone being violated or humiliated? What do you do with it? Do you pass it on? Or do you stop its spread? Do you forward? Or do you delete?