Commit fa47be81 authored by Rogelio's avatar Rogelio

Updating self doxing resources

parent 0cd56fda
......@@ -71,7 +71,7 @@ When you do your search, use a different browser than usual so that you aren’t
- [11880.com](https://www.11880.com/)
- [Das Örtliche](http://www.dasoertliche.de)
- If you have a website, check what information it reveals: go to a website that offers Whois domain lookup, for example [Whois.com](https://www.whois.com/whois/), and enter the domain of your website there: make sure that your personal details, like your home address, are not included there. If they are, you can request your domain name provider to anonymize this information. If they don't offer this service, consider moving your domain to a different provider. Access Now Digital Security Helpline is happy to provide help in identifying the most suitable providers for your needs.
- If you have a website, check what information it reveals: go to a website that offers Whois domain lookup, for example [Whois.com](https://www.whois.com/whois/), and enter the domain of your website there: make sure that your personal details, like your home address, are not included there. If they are, you can request your domain name provider to anonymize this information. If they don't offer this service, consider moving your domain to a different provider. Access Now Digital Security Helpline is happy to provide help in identifying the most suitable providers for your needs. More info on domain privacy [here](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Domain_privacy).
- Many people have hobbies. Some are members of driver clubs, others are dog breeders, photographers, hikers, computer game fans, etc., and each of them have their own places for communication. When sharing on these platforms, some might believe that these exchanges have no relation to their jobs or other life domains, so they often publish more information about themselves there. Do you have a hobby? Visit your platform/s, check your profile/s, and review what you've published there.
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- **Facebook**: Request removal of photo or video because it violates your rights [here](https://www.facebook.com/help/contact/144059062408922)
- **Instagram**: [Controlling Your Visibility](https://www.facebook.com/help/instagram/116024195217477/?helpref=hc_fnav&bc[0]=Instagram%20Help&bc[1]=Privacy%20and%20Safety%20Center)
- **Instagram**:
- [Controlling Your Visibility](https://www.facebook.com/help/instagram/116024195217477/?helpref=hc_fnav&bc[0]=Instagram%20Help&bc[1]=Privacy%20and%20Safety%20Center)
- [What should to do if someone shares an intimate photo without permission?](https://www.facebook.com/help/instagram/1769410010008691)
- **Twitter**: Report doxing or posting of private information [here](https://help.twitter.com/forms/private_information)
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- **Tumblr**: [How to report a privacy violation](https://www.tumblr.com/abuse/privacy)
- If the public form cannot help, abuse can be reported by email following [these instructions](http://emergencycenter.tumblr.com/post/22769438497/is-there-a-way-to-report-something-on-tumblr)
- Email address: abuse@tumblr.com
- **Das Telefonbuch**: If you want to delete your entry, follow [these instructions](https://www.telekom.de/hilfe/vertrag-meine-daten/meine-daten/telefonbucheintrag-erstellen-einsehen-und-aendern).
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Resources for journalists and newsrooms:
- [How To Deter Doxing](https://niemanreports.org/articles/how-to-deter-doxxing/). Newsroom strategies to prevent the harassment that follows the public posting of home addresses, phone numbers and journalists’ other personal information – Rose Eveleth, Nieman Reports. Published on July 17, 2015.
- [How to Dox Yourself on the Internet](https://open.nytimes.com/how-to-dox-yourself-on-the-internet-d2892b4c5954) – Kristen Kozinski and Neena Kapur, The new York Times. Published on February 27, 2020. The article also recommends [additional resources](https://docs.google.com/document/d/1AyDO5QDp9UUbHHGT3d9JpcTni94xpY66q657a8rDz4I/edit) by the New York Times Digital Security Education Hub, including [A Guide to Doxxing Yourself on the Internet](https://docs.google.com/document/d/1WleGh4D3_p7TYPhjfKRHQyMYwhZayYZayYY7AZSSzPs/edit), [Social Media Security & Privacy Checklists](https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ud1ILFkIG0BeLX9jlzJMxCPm8-cSeqPjU60nkhUPYA8/edit) and a [Doxxing Curriculum Guide](https://docs.google.com/document/d/15n7nmzCqDOPc52n9LHozDuaQwBzLRNIjYzUCFx5M0FM/edit) to help trainers with designing workshops for jounalists and newsrooms.
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- [How to Dox Yourself on the Internet](https://open.nytimes.com/how-to-dox-yourself-on-the-internet-d2892b4c5954) – Kristen Kozinski and Neena Kapur, The new York Times. Published on February 27, 2020. The article also recommends [additional resources](https://docs.google.com/document/d/1AyDO5QDp9UUbHHGT3d9JpcTni94xpY66q657a8rDz4I/edit) by the New York Times Digital Security Education Hub, including [A Guide to Doxxing Yourself on the Internet](https://docs.google.com/document/d/1WleGh4D3_p7TYPhjfKRHQyMYwhZayYZayYY7AZSSzPs/edit), [Social Media Security & Privacy Checklists](https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ud1ILFkIG0BeLX9jlzJMxCPm8-cSeqPjU60nkhUPYA8/edit) and a [Doxxing Curriculum Guide](https://docs.google.com/document/d/15n7nmzCqDOPc52n9LHozDuaQwBzLRNIjYzUCFx5M0FM/edit) to help trainers with designing workshops for jounalists and newsrooms.
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