Trigger warning: Some sites contain graphic examples of slurs, threats and abusive comments.
- Amstrong, Heather. (2014): Monetizing the hate. Dooce [US]
Provides examples of abusive comments
- BlogHer. Tips and tricks for blogging and social media. [US]
Blogging network for women that collects blog posts with tips and tricks for blogging and social media use
- Britmums. (2014). “How to” on blogging. [UK]
Tips on how to get started for blogging
- Captain Awkward. (2012). “How do I get rid off my Facebook stalker without being mean about it?
Suggestions on how to deal with Facebook stalking
- CyberAngels. (2014). Cyberstalking/Harassment. [US]
Advice on how to act in cases of cyber stalking and cyber bullying. CyberAngels also provides advice on what to do in cases of identity theft
- Doyle, Sadie (2011). The Girl’s Guide to Staying Safe Online. [US]
Provides examples of abusive comments in case of feminist blogging and ideas how to deal with abuse online and what that might result in
- Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF). (2014). Legal guide for bloggers. [US]
Extensive pages with advice on blogging anonymously, commercial blogging, general blogging, workplace blogging and legal advice for bloggers
- Get safe online. (2014). Blogging. [UK]
Brief list of thoughts about safe blogging especially for beginners
- Hess, Amanda (2014). Why women are not welcome on the internet. Pacific Standard. [US]
Essay detailing several cases of heavy and repeated abuse against women writing online in the United States and the United Kingdom. Hess also details how police helped or not in several cases of online harassment of women bloggers.
- Hudson, Laura. (2014). Curbing online abuse isn’t impossible. Here is where we start. Wired.
Article about abuse in gaming communities and research project by League of Legends team that brought specific changes that curbed online abuse
- Internet Crime Complaint Center. (2014). [US]
To file a complaint about an online crime with the FBI and the National White Collar Crime Center
- Marwick, Alice E. and Miller, Ross W. (2014). Online harassment, defamation, and hateful speech: a primer of the legal landscape. [US]
Free to download PDF about legal remedies and obstacles for women to seek justice for sexism, misogyny online
- Mumsnet. How to start a blog. [UK]
Advice on how to get started with your blog on Blogger or WordPress
- Stalking Resource Center. (2014). The use of technology to stalk. [US]
Information and links on how the internet and social media are used to stalk and what measures you can take against that
- Take back the Tech. Mapping technology related violence against women. [FOR ALL COUNTRIES] Here you can report cases of violence against you or other women, which happened online or via cell phone. The site also uses a hashtag #takebackthetech to tweet to them.
- Working to Halt Abuse Online. (2012). Don’t become an online victim. [US]
Free, downloadable and foldable two-page leaflet with tips on being safe online, internet addresses on cyber stalking, internet crime complaints and antivirus software