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Indian journalist Rana Ayyub speaks during the launch of her self published book 'Gujarat Files' in New Delhi in May 2016. On March 29, 2022, Ayyub was prevented from flying to Europe to speak about online violence on female journalists. Hindustan Times via Getty Images hide caption

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Rana Ayyub fights for press freedom in India despite harassment and death threats

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Software engineer Tracy Chou's own experience on social media led her to create Block Party, an app that helps people filter their feeds to manage online abuse and harassment. Elizabeth Dalziel for NPR hide caption

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Block Party Aims To Be A 'Spam Folder' For Social Media Harassment

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Anti-Defamation League Steps Up Efforts To Combat Anti-Semitism Online

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A Reddit mascot is shown at the company's headquarters in San Francisco. Reddit has published a new policy aimed at harassment on the site. Robert Galbraith/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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Reddit's New Harassment Policy Aimed At Creating A 'Safe Platform'

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Rebecca Watson says she has been disappointed by the police response to online threats against her. Adam Isaak hide caption

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Victims Of Online Threats Say Perpetrators Aren't Being Caught

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