The strategies cover a wide range of resources that we hope will be helpful to you. Here are a few additional ones that we believe are worth checking out, especially if you are looking for more information on how to keep your communications secure, if you want to explore taking collective action, or are if you have started to think about working towards structural change.
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#SaferSisters: Informative (and attractive!) gifs with feminist digital security hints for women and non-binary people, to nail tech ppas, gadgets and habits. By the Brazilian Coding Rights.
Safer Nudes: Also from Coding Rights, a guide on how to reclaim your ability to self-represent by way of the nude selfie, providing tips and practices to help you send your nudes online in a safer way.
Ononymous: Looking for even more resources? Tactical Tech also brings you this curated collection of materials around protecting yourself online from a range of organisations. Watch films and animations, play games, and read online resources.
Learn eQualitie: This eQualit.ie wiki collates a range of more advanced learning resources related to digital security, including digital security for human rights defenders, secure hosting, and curricula for digital security trainers.
Best Practices for Conducting Risky Research and Protecting Yourself from Online Harassment: A Data & Society guide aimed at those doing research that may put them at risk of harassment or discrimination. With recommendations for institutions, advisors, and researchers themselves.
If you're looking to take collective action or work towards structural change