This Women's Refuge Launched a Hidden, Untrackable Site for Women Experiencing Abuse

When anonymity is life-saving


The Internet has become an unapologetically open place, one that drives its tentacles through everything we touch in an effort to unite it all—making us visible, traceable, easier to access.

But not everything we’re doing should be seen, even by those we’re closest to.

According to the New Zealand Women’s Refuge, today it’s easier for abusers to obtain victims’ emails or passwords, use mobile GPS to stalk or find them, and—the old classic—monitor their browser histories.

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