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Clinic to End Tech Abuse (CETA)

Joined in July 2020

About Us

The Clinic to End Tech Abuse (CETA) is a project of Cornell Tech, part of Cornell University. We work directly with survivors of intimate partner violence in New York City to help them end technology-related abuse, publish resources for the public, offer trainings for local case workers, and carry out cutting-edge research. Learn more about us on our website: https://www.ceta.tech.cornell.edu.


We envision a world where everyone is free to use technology without fear of harm from abusive partners or others. Survivors of abuse, stalking, or other mistreatment should have the support they need to keep themselves safe online and on their devices. Their voices should be at the center of technology design.


Our mission:


We work directly with abuse survivors to determine if someone is using technology to harm them – and what they can do to stay safe. We also facilitate cutting-edge research to understand and address how abusers, stalkers, and others can misuse technology. 

 

Building on this firsthand knowledge, we advocate for laws and policies that provide better protections from technology abuse, and publish resources for others who would like to help survivors.


Cornell University, of which we are a part, is a US 501(c)(3) organization.


The Clinic to End Tech Abuse (CETA) is a project of Cornell Tech, part of Cornell University. We work directly with survivors of intimate partner violence in New York City to help them end technology-related abuse, publish resources for the…

Issue Areas Include

  • Human Rights & Civil Liberties
  • Research & Social Science
  • Science & Technology
  • Victim Support
  • Women

Location

  • Undisclosed for safety reasons
    New York, NY 10001

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