If you don’t ordinarily reside in Australia, here are some resources from other countries which may be helpful.
Helps teens in Canada stop the spread of sexual pictures or videos and provides support along the way.
A project funded by Status of Women Canada, YWCA Canada and partners, who are working to create a safer digital world for girls and young women.
Operates Cybertip.ca, Canada’s tipline for reporting the online sexual exploitation of children, and includes information and support for victims of image-based abuse.
A multi-award winning anti-cyberbullying non-profit organisation, committed to tackling all forms of digital abuse and bullying online.
French government website explaining the legal rights an individual has to his or her image, as well as pathways to request the removal of an image.
Works to facilitate women’s empowerment and social justice through capacity building and training-related activities in India.
A non-profit organisation that aims to foster a safer internet environment for all. It operates a reporting service and gives advice on how to remove sexually explicit photos from the internet.
Is an independent not for profit New Zealand organisation focused on online safety providing online safety help, support, expertise and education to residents of New Zealand.
Offers free legal consultation services to victims of image-based abuse and works closely with lawyers to provide this advice. The Foundation also operates a hotline operated by social workers.
A command of the National Crime Agency, CEOP works with child protection partners across the UK to eradicate the sexual exploitation and sexual abuse of children.
Provides advice and support to victims of IBA, including information about what to do, and assurance that police recognise ‘revenge porn’ as a serious form of abuse.
This is the UK’s only dedicated service supporting adults who have been victims of ‘revenge porn’.
Non-profit offering help and support to victims of image-based abuse, including the ‘Together we can stop it’ community education campaign.
This site from Scottish Women’s Aid is a safe space for women to share their story and raise awareness of how Women’s Aid can help with links to local women’s aid groups.
A victim-led site to empower other people who have experienced Image-based abuse, to share their stories and access support.
An independent charity for people affected by crime and traumatic events in England and Wales, providing individual, independent, emotional and practical help.
Part of the State of California’s Department of Justice, this website offers the resources to combat cyber exploitation.
A network of individuals assisting victims of online abuse, including IBA. Includes D.I.Y guides and an interactive cybersecurity helper.
A non-profit organization serving thousands of victims around the world and advocating for technological, social and legal innovation to fight online abuse.
A non-profit organisation working to help end online harassment. It has a secure and moderated platform for people who have experienced image-based abuse to tell their story.
A website that gives information to victims of image-based abuse, including how to issue DMCA take down notices.
A non-profit organisation that has developed educational materials on online harassment, as well as a resource guide ‘Something Can be Done!’ to assist IBA victims. WMC also trains lawyers, law enforcement and advocates on online harassment.
A commercial service that provides its customers with a variety of tools to help victims of image-based abuse and copyright infringement. They also provide a take-down service for a fee. Here is DCMA’s guide on how to stop compromising pictures of you being published online.