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Many workers use email to communicate information to and about survivors of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual violence, stalking and abuse. However, email is not a secure form of communication. In addition to the fact that email is not secure, it’s easy for emails to be forwarded, accidentally sent to the wrong person, or be downloaded onto many devices.

There are many ways someone else can gain access to your work emails. For these reasons, it’s important that as a front-line practitioner, you have good email privacy habits, especially if you are emailing survivors or someone else about survivors.

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