Technology facilitated abuse: The fundamentals
Learn fundamental technology safety concepts, and the technologies that are most often misused in the context of domestic violence: online harassment, phones misuse, and location tracking.
Phone misuse & location tracking: Identifying and transcending perpetrator tactics | Heidi Guldbaek and Elly Stirling, WESNET
Learn about two common overarching perpetrator tactics, including how to identify, mitigate, hold perpetrators accountable, and minimise or prevent abuse.
Online abuse is IRL* | Kaofeng Lee and Ella Bourke, WESNET
Taking the abuse online is a very common tactic of abusers, whether it is on social media or other online platforms. Learn about how abusers misuse online spaces to harm and what you can do about it.
*IRL = In Real Life
Who’s watching you? | Karen Bentley
Tech savvy abusers can gain a lot of information about victims by using computers, cameras and Wi-Fi routers. This workshop discusses how to increase privacy and security on these technologies and limit an abuser’s ability to turn these everyday devices into surveillance tools.