Translations: Coercive Control and Family Violence

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Techlology and Cooercive Control

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Understanding technology-facilitated coercive controlThis factsheet explains what coercive control is and how people who use coercive control might use digital technology as part of their abusive behaviour, which is known as technology-facilitated coercive control or tech-facilitated coercive control. It includes a list of some of the signs of technology-facilitated coercive control, a case study to help know how to recognise these signs, and how to seek help.


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