"I mean, they broke into the Capitol building. If they wanted to, I'm sure that they could break into where I live."
Women have been stalked, harassed and even had their nudes and personal information sold to other men.
Women’s rights advocate Julie Lalonde was told she should die, while a 'Washington Post' reporter has been suspended from her job.
After a Muslim activist helped convince a Winnipeg art gallery to not offer a space to the People’s Party of Canada, the riding association doxxed him and called him a terrorist.
In a world where personal data can be used as a weapon by harassers and hackers, the risk of attending E3 has gone way up.
With E3's relevance increasingly in doubt, the ESA managed to destroy its reputation and its fitness to host a media event in one fell swoop.
Roslyn Talusan didn’t think her thread on Grande would result in days of harassment, doxxing, and death threats.
"I used to post my face for a short bit, but I got too popular and I had a couple of friends recognize me."
The memes were good until the war got dirty.
Sexual assault survivors have been empowered by the strength of #MeToo, but the conversation must be extended to include those who are not consenting to what is being sent to them online.
The change could make people more vulnerable to harassment and doxxing.
“It’s hard to get a job, hard to make a living, hard to have a normal social life when all your friends and family know you believe in ethnic cleansing.”