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Are screenshots a valid proof against harassment? Lawyer Tanya Appachu answers some key questions. Photo courtesy: Tanya Appachu

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From Trolling to Domestic Abuse: A Lawyer Explains the Steps Women Can Take Against Harassment

Here's everything women need to know about how to protect themselves in India

Doxxing, impersonation, trolling — women on the internet have faced it all. Whether it’s online or offline, women’s voices are often suppressed through harassment and abuse. It’s a harrowing situation for most women when their private information is leaked online.

Registering a police complaint in India and untangling the overwhelming web of legalese and laws seems like a daunting task because of the lack of awareness around women’s rights in such situations.

For those who are facing domestic abuse at home, societal pressure and intimidation can discourage women from seeking legal support. Lawyer Tanya Appachu joined us on Re:Set Dialogues to break down the essential rights and laws in India women must be aware of for their own safety and security.

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From Trolling to Domestic Abuse: A Lawyer Explains the Steps Women Can Take Against Harassment