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If you are at risk of domestic violence, protect your safety when surfing the Internet

SAFETY ALERT!
Your computer use can be monitored and is difficult to hide. If you are in danger, please use a safer computer (a friend's house, the library, at work, etc.), call your local hotline or call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at (800) 799-SAFE

PASSWORD SAFETY:

Change your password often. Do not pick obvious words or numbers for your password. Make sure to include a combination of letters and numbers for your password.

The Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services warns victims of abuse that using a computer at home, or where an abuser has access to it, can be very dangerous. The Cabinet cautions that it is impossible to erase all of your computer browsing history. Additionally, spyware can be installed onto your computer without your knowledge and give the abuser ways to track and monitor your computer activity.

The National Coalition Against Domestic Violence has a number of internet safety suggestions.  See www.ncadv.org for more information.

Never assume that your abuser is NOT able to track your activities while surfing the internet, that he/she is not hacking into your email account or that no one is paying attention to what you are doing on-line.  You need to presume that he/she knows everything you are doing on your home computer.  Instead, use a friend's computer, go to the library to get on-line, check your email from work, etc.

 


Return to our main Domestic Violence page to learn more about protecting yourself and the ones you love from physical, emotional and sexual abuse from an intimate partner