CCRI’s Mission is to combat online abuses that threaten civil rights and civil liberties.
CCRI’s Vision is of a world in which law, policy and technology align to ensure the protection of civil rights and civil liberties for all.
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CCRI’s five programmatic areas include victim and survivor services; tech policy; legislative reform; research; and outreach. You can help us continue our important programs and operations by donating below.
1 in 8 adult social media users have been targets of NCP
1 in 12 have been victims of NCP
1 in 20 have perpetrated NCP
CCRI Amicus Briefs:
We intervene in legal cases to defend victims and survivors of image-based sexual abuse and the laws aimed at protecting them.
Find your state’s current law and read about CCRI’s work to promote state and federal laws that help victims and survivors.
CCRI Welcomes Passage of SHIELD Act as Amendment to Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act of 2021
The Cyber Civil Rights Initiative welcomes the passage of the SHIELD Act as an amendment to the Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act of 2021, providing urgently needed protection against an…
CCRI Extends Gratitude to Without My Consent
As you may have heard, our longtime friends and partners at Without My Consent (WMC) will formally cease operations at the end of this year. The WMC team comprises some…
CCRI Ambassador Amber Heard Supports Federal Bill Against Nonconsensual Porn
Only a federal law can help stop “revenge porn.” (This piece is cross-posted from The New York Times). Are We All Celebrities Now? By Amber Heard Ms. Heard is an…