Factsheet: Trends in unwanted digital communications regarding sexual orientation in New Zealand

Netsafe (2021)
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Abstract

There is emerging empirical evidence showing that people who identify as gender diverse and/or non-heterosexual report higher rates of risks and harm online. To expand the available evidence, this factsheet presents new insights based on longitudinal data exploring and comparing the extent of four types of unwanted digital communications in the last two to three years. The factsheet looks at the prevalence of being the target and the sender of unwanted, potentially harmful digital communications that included physical threats, seeking to embarrass, stalking, and making a sexual advance

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Edgar Pacheco
Victoria University of Wellington

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