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Women are more likely to be targets of doxxing, stalking, and cybermobbing.


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Privacy Violation

As with deepfakes, women are far more likely to be the targets of much of the doxxing, stalking, and cybermobbing that takes place online. Coordinated groups violate targets' privacy and then share their data in ways meant to intimidate, humiliate, and threaten. They often employ advanced techniques to hack this personal data, as with the password cracking that led to the exposure of many celebrities' personal iPhone photo galleries.

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