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Only a global response can tackle the rise of online harms. Here's why

Non-consensual sharing of intimate images is on the rise. Image: Unsplash.

Noelle Martin

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Experiences of online abuse worsened during COVID-19, especially for Black and minorities women, taken from 'The Ripple Effect: COVID-19 and the Epidemic of Online Abuse' by Glitch UK and End Violence Against Women Coalition.

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