#TalkingSafety: How To Report

#TalkingSafety: How To Report

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#TalkingSafety: How To Report. As per the input of our community member Mr. Nasir Khatri, we decided to take up the matter of reporting. When we face anti social behavior, or discriminatory content on social media platforms we feel helpless, though there is a lot that we can do about it, like report to the platform, or reach out to our organization heads, or civil society organizations working to curb cyber abuse, the ministry of women and children has comevout with a dedicated email to fight online stalking and abuse, plus the option of filing an FIR is also there. Its extremely important that you speak up against online violence, do reach out, there is a lot that can be done! Cyber Crime Units across India Ministry of Women and…
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#TalkingSafety: #LetsTalkAboutTrolls

#TalkingSafety: #LetsTalkAboutTrolls

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#TalkingSafety: #LetsTalkAboutTrolls Trolls, a tragic reality of the #SocialMedia age, here is the #SocialSurfing crew explaining what trolls are what exactly is trolling. Our aim is to reach out to friends across #India and to encourage them to join the discussion. Please send in your thoughts, ideas, as videos of comments in any and all Indian languages. This conversation is in हिन्दी, मराठी, বাংলা, தமிழ், ਪੰਜਾਬੀ, हरियाणवी and English. The aim is simple, lets talk to our friends and spread the word in our networks to curb trolling :)
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#TalkingSafety: Favorite Feature

#TalkingSafety: Favorite Feature

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#TalkingSafety: Favorite feature. The #Socialsurfing crew talks about its favorite Facebook Security feature. 2 Factor authentication, Ability to logout remotely, Trusted contacts and the choice to decide which photo you want to be tagged in. So that was Priyanka Ranjani Arnika & Vikram, what about you? Which is your favorite safety feature? Do join in the conversation.
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#TalkingSafety: Victim Blaming

#TalkingSafety: Victim Blaming

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#TalkingSafety: Victim Blaming, Probably the most prominent reason why we don't reach out for help is the fear of being judged by our loved ones and society at large. Most of the time when some one reaches out for help we end up accusing them to be in the situation, because we have no clue how to help them. This is our attempt to ensure when some one reaches out for help in regard to cyber harassment, please don't shun them away, lead them to the right sources. Social Surfing crew is always available to help out so are many others across the country
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First Information Report in Online Abuse

First Information Report in Online Abuse

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As is common knowledge, First Information Report (FIR) is the primary crime evidence with the police. On a blank A4 sheet of paper, the victim writes his or her name, postal address, date and time of the crime and the location where it happened. In the crime details, the victim is encouraged to write the details that include the description of the culprits. With the advent of online crime, the nature of FIR has changed and the details therein. Barring it, other procedures remain the same. The FIR for online crimes is registered at Cyber Crime Cells in the city. Although there should be multiple Cyber Crime Cells, there are instances when a state has only one Cyber Crime Cell, like the state of Karnataka. We have made a note…
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