Event Details

EndTAB (Ending Tech-Enabled Abuse)

Abuse has gone digital. This statement is particularly relevant in the field of domestic violence, with the National Domestic Violence Hotline reporting a 101% increase in digital abuse calls. This reality has carried over to courtrooms, where attorneys and Judicial officers must now contend with emerging issues like AirTag tracking and Stalkerware alongside allegations of unauthorized account access, nonconsensual tracking and more. In this presentation, Adam Dodge will outline practical ways we can navigate these situations and others where technology is misused to inflict harm and subvert court orders. 

Note: The SCWIL hosted a program in October of 2021 on tech-enabled abuse. This presentation will take a deeper dive on non-consensual tracking. 

 

If you need assistance registering for this program, please email Reception@SonomaCountyBar.org and we will assist you as soon as possible. 
Thank you. 

Speaker

Adam Dodge photo 4-13-22

Adam Dodge
Founder
EndTAB

The founder of EndTAB, Adam is an internationally recognized digital safety expert who believes you do not have to be a tech expert to stay safe in the digital age. His work is characterized by his dedication to training others to prevent and address the ways adults and children are harmed online and via their devices. He acts as a special advisor to the Coalition Against Stalkerware and sits on the World Economic Forum's Digital Justice Advisory Committee. Adam is also a licensed California attorney and his work and expertise have been featured on CBS and in Vogue, the MIT Technology Review, Washington Post, NBC News, GQ and others.

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