Cybersexual Harassment as ICTs Development Consequences: A Review
Rapid progress of information and communication technologies affected the evolution of sexual harassment. Cybersexual harassment can be exposed via social media but as well might be a tool for harassers to attack or stalk individuals after anonysmously. This evolution of phenomenon enter to virtual reality require changes in differenr levels: individual, enterprise and state to counter the hybrid threats. The proposed model reflects the main vulnerable groups, consequences reflects for the implementation of societal norms, organizational policies, political and security regulations.
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