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January 2016

Address Confidentiality Programs

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Address Confidentiality Programs (ACPs) are programs administered by individual states enabling victims of domestic violence, and sometimes victims of sexual assault and/or stalking) to keep their current address hidden and use an alternate mailing address for a variety of public and official processes. The specific procedures and qualifications vary by state. The document below outlines the protections of various states' ACPs, the legislation that created or supports these ACPs and other relevant program information.
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January 2016

A Guide to Staying Safe on Facebook

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This guide is a short, summary guide that provides quick and easy explanations of important settings. This information will be helpful to anyone using Facebook who is interested in increasing their privacy and security.
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January 2014

Images, Consent, & Abuse

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Billions of images are captured, uploaded online, and distributed electronically every day. This handout discusses safety, privacy, and legal issues around the intersection of abuse and assault, consent, and privacy.
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January 2013

Who's Spying on Your Computer? Spyware, Surveillance, and Safety for Survivors

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Do you want to know what spyware is, how it works, how it can end up secretly monitoring your computer? This handout answers those questions, discusses risks, and provides safety tips for survivors of abuse, for organizations that assist victims, and for parents.
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January 2011

Selecting A Database

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This chart provides agencies with an easy way to answer key questions to consider when selecting a database. The chart has sections that list questions for agencies to answer regarding: (1) general technical information, (2) data entry, (3) modifying fields and screens, (4) permissions and access, (5) reports, (6) data storage, (7) confidentiality and data ownership, and (8) breeches, liability and notice.
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January 2011

Technology Safety Quick Tips

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This helpful chart describes the risks of abuse related to a variety of technological devices and outlines safety strategies for each.
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January 2011

Cell Phones: Location Tracking and Sharing

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This tip sheet describes many location-based services used on cell phones and explains different ways that a cell phone's location can be tracked; describes the risks and benefits of location-based applications and services for cell phones; and addresses geotags and other files that phones keep that might be accessed by perpetrators to find out a victim's real-time or past locations.
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January 2011

Sexting

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This short tip sheet defines sexting, highlights different forms of sexting, and discusses how sexting is relevant to anti-violence agencies, partnerships and communities.
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January 2010

Privacy Considerations When Posting Content Online

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For those who want to be more protective of their online information, this handout provides some questions to consider when posting content online.
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January 2010

Social Networking & Privacy Tips for Domestic & Sexual Violence Programs

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This one page handout introduces a few important safety risks and confidentiality considerations for advocates and organizations participating in social media.
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January 2010

Online Privacy & Safety Tips

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This 1-page handout provides tips for preventing sensitive and personal information from making its rounds on the Web. It highlights email, passwords, social networks, online accounts, and safe web browsing.
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January 2009

High-Tech Stalking

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Stalkers are increasingly misusing a variety of telephone, surveillance, and computer technologies to harass, terrify, intimidate, coerce, and monitor former and current intimate partners. Perpetrators are also misusing technology to stalk before, during, and after perpetrating sexual violence.