PRI The World: Mexican women stand up to cyberattacks and vicious digital violence

MEXICO CITY– Indira Cornelio stands before two dozen women crowded into a downtown Mexico City community center. She has a question for them.

“How many of you have had to purge your Facebook page?” she asks. “You know, deleting photos, unfriending people you don’t know.”

After a pause, almost every woman’s hand up goes up. Nervous laughter spreads across the room.

On a rainy Thursday afternoon, the Facebook Anonymous workshop, organized by the Ciberseguras (“Cyber-secure women”) collective, is packed. The workshop opens with the attendees, women in their 20s and 30s, sharing personal experiences with the social network.

Read the full article on PRI The World’s Across Women’s Lives page.

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