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Technology and Victim Support


LanguageLine Services – the World’s largest and only global provider of language services, Monterey, CA.

NetworkOmni® – helping organizations bridge language and culture barriers for more than 20 years. We are a full-service, single-source, world-class provider with more than 2,500 language professionals in offices spanning several continents that extend our reach around the globe, Thousand Oaks, CA.

Safety Net Project, National Network to End Domestic Violence – educates victims, their advocates and the general public on ways to use technology strategically to help find safety and escape domestic violence, sexual violence, stalking and abuse. Safety Net also trains law enforcement, social services and coordinated community response teams on how to identify and hold perpetrators accountable for misusing technology. Local, state and national policies reflect the success of Safety Net Project's efforts, which include helping courts to keep survivors' addresses and photos off the Internet and increasing the security of databases that house vital and confidential information about victims, Washington, DC.

App Safety Center – tips, information and considerations for the safe development and use of smartphone apps.

Technology Safety Blog – exploring technology in the context of intimate partner violence, sexual assault and violence against women.


The Wireless Foundation we're fostering wireless safety and responsible use, and rewarding VITA Wireless Samaritans who use everyday technologies in heroic ways. We're educating children, parents, teachers and policymakers on how to benefit from wireless. We're encouraging environmentally-responsible green cell phone practices. Our mobile health initiatives are promoting healthy babies, mothers and communities, Washington, DC.


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