Women In Mexico Learn How To Combat Social Media Cyberattacks And Vicious Digital Violence

Plaza de la Constitucion Ciudad de Mexico City
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Indira Cornelio stands before two dozen women crowded into a downtown Mexico City community center. She has a question for them. “How many of you have had to purge your Facebook page?” she asks. “You know, deleting photos, unfriending people you don’t know.” After a pause, almost every woman’s hand up goes up. Nervous laughter spreads…


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