This site provides information on EPIC's domestic violence and privacy project. The project is designed to help practitioners with privacy issues their clients may face. The goal of the project is to aid the domestic violence community in addressing these issues.
"Relationships are the domain of the intimate, the private. When relationships are abusive, this privacy is abused. Domestic violence victims have high needs for privacy, as they are already the target of an abuser, and often need to keep data from them. This abuse can also involve privacy violations such as surveillance, monitoring, or other stalking. For a domestic violence victim, the need for privacy is a need for physical safety."

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