Women, people of color, and the LBGTQ+ community are disproportionately affected. People are also constantly targeted due to their line of work, their professional opinions, and their identities.
This is not okay and we are here to help put an end to it.
Our goal is to fight for wellbeing, promote digital safety, and empower people to do their jobs without being harassed. We want to help people who’ve experienced online harassment move from a place of fear, to a place of resilience.
If you've experienced online harassment due to your line of work, your professional opinions, or your identity, we want to hear from you (and we’re sorry you’ve had to go through this). Your unique perspective can help us ensure that our products will make a meaningful difference.
This may involve a survey, a 1-on-1 interview, or viewing a live prototype. Your responses are anonymous and we’ll compensate you for your time.Help test our product
Mozilla is a member of the Coalition Against Online Violence, which helps women journalists facing online abuse. If you’re currently facing online harassment of other forms of online violence, here are more organizations we recommend.
Call this 24/7 helpline for help with nonconsensual pornography, recorded sexual assault, or sextortion.
Talk to cybercrime experts for help with cybercrime and digital fraud.
Get support from other survivors of online harassment, and share your own story.
Empower yourself with this guide from PEN America for those experiencing or witnessing online abuse.
Remove nude, partially nude, or sexually explicit images of those under 18 years old with this free service.
Remove non-consensual intimate images across participating platforms with this free tool.