If you have a feeling your activities are being monitored on your computer, they most likely are. 

Abusers are often controlling and want to know your every move.
If you are seeking information about domestic violence, it is possible your partner is tracking this information.

It is important to protect your online activities.

Spyware, hacking, and keystroke loggers are some examples of ways your partner may be monitoring your activity. It is still possible for someone to gather information about your activities on the computer, even if you are careful about deleting your browser history.

It is also possible for someone to remotely hack into your computer.

Please review the following tips and information from the National Network to End Domestic Violence:

(each link has an option to convert to Spanish)

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Do you or someone you know need help?

The mission of the Women's Resource Center is to protect, shelter, and empower people impacted by domestic and sexual violence. We're here 24 hours a day, seven days a week to provide individual and group support and emergency shelter.

Call us at 800-554-4972

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