Women’s Aid and Privacy International launch digital information cards to help women stay safe on Valentine’s Day

Women’s Aid and Privacy International launch digital information cards to help women stay safe on Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day is traditionally a day to celebrate relationships, but many relationships that begin romantically can quickly become controlling, with partners reading emails, checking texts and locations of social media posts. This can be just the beginning.

Today, Friday 14th February, Privacy International and Women’s Aid are launching a series of digital social media cards giving women practical information on how to help stay safe digitally from control and abuse.

 

Did you know that your location could be made public when you post on apps?

Women’s Aid and Privacy International launch digital information cards to help women stay safe on Valentine’s Day
Women’s Aid and Privacy International launch digital information cards to help women stay safe on Valentine’s Day
Women’s Aid and Privacy International launch digital information cards to help women stay safe on Valentine’s Day

How do they seem to know everything? Have they guessed my password?

Women’s Aid and Privacy International launch digital information cards to help women stay safe on Valentine’s Day
Women’s Aid and Privacy International launch digital information cards to help women stay safe on Valentine’s Day

How can I make my social media safe and secure?

Women’s Aid and Privacy International launch digital information cards to help women stay safe on Valentine’s Day
Women’s Aid and Privacy International launch digital information cards to help women stay safe on Valentine’s Day
Women’s Aid and Privacy International launch digital information cards to help women stay safe on Valentine’s Day

How can I stop someone putting spyware on my phone?

Women’s Aid and Privacy International launch digital information cards to help women stay safe on Valentine’s Day
Women’s Aid and Privacy International launch digital information cards to help women stay safe on Valentine’s Day