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Privacy tips for anti-violence advocates working from home

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During the COVID pandemic, when physical/social distancing is required, many community-based advocates are working from home. In this moment, technology plays a vital role, ensuring that survivors in need can still access critical support services. Anti-violence workers may be accessing agency files remotely or connecting with clients via online chat or video calls. Just as in pre-pandemic times, our priorities must include protecting the privacy and security of client personal information. This Bulletin sets out basic privacy tips to guide anti-violence advocates working outside the office: Privacy Tips for Anti-Violence Advocates Working From Home.

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