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  • We wrote to the UN's top expert on violence against women to draw attention to the problem of technology-enabled abuse during the COVID-19 crisis. Read more >

  • To help New York City survivors during the COVID-19 crisis, we've successfully moved to remote services. Read more >

  • We explained tech abuse risks for domestic violence survivors during the COVID-19 crisis to Axios in May 2020. Read more >

  • Cornell Tech's research on tech-enabled abuse was highlighted in Wirecutter in April 2020. Read more >

  • We've started testing new trainings for domestic violence support workers who want to learn more about account privacy – and how to find signs of tech abuse.

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  • New York now has a state law allowing survivors of domestic violence to leave family phone, cable, and satellite TV plans for free. Abusive partners can misuse family plans to monitor survivors. Go to the law >

Computer security and privacy for survivors of intimate partner violence

Clinic to End Tech Abuse