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Third-Party NCDII Resources

Below, you will find links to a number of third party resources covering a variety of topics, self-help tools and other resources, including NCDII, take-down guidance, cyberbullying and harassment, domestic violence, and privacy rights more generally. For immediate help reporting your intimate image and getting it taken down, scroll down to the "NCDII Takedown Request Resources" section below.

Disclaimer: This information is general in nature and does not constitute legal advice. We strongly recommend consulting with a lawyer to get legal advice about your specific situation.

Canadian NCDII Resources

The following resources contain Canadian resources on NCDII and related topics. Please read the descriptions below for a summary of what each third-party site provides (including overviews of key topics and practical self-help tools relating to privacy, cyberbullying and NCDII).


Canada's national tip line for reporting the online sexual exploitation of children.

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Canada’s public foundation for gender justice and equality which aims to end violence against women, move low-income women out of poverty, and empower girls.



(Digitally Informed Youth)

DiY is a research project that aims to empower young people and provide them with tailored resources so they can have safe and enjoyable interactions online and offline. 


Resource offered by the Government of Nova Scotia to help targets of NCDII take action.

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A project that equips shelter and transition house workers with the knowledge and resources they need to support women, children, and gender-diverse people with their experiences of Technology-Facilitated Gender-Based Violence (TFGBV) 


Federal resource on cyberbullying and NCDII.


LEAF’s TFV project brings together feminist lawyers and academics to conduct research and prepare a report imagining legal responses to technology-facilitated violence against women and gender-diverse people that are informed by equality principles.

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Provides services and supports to women and their children who are seeking safety from violence and abuse. Includes useful publications on how to gather evidence of online harassment and tech safety more generally, here


Suzie Dunn is a professor at Dalhousie’s Schulich School of Law where she teaches contracts and judicial decision making, law and technology, intellectual property, and legal ethics.

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The CAFC collects information on fraud and identity theft and provides information on past and current scams affecting Canadians. You can report incidents of fraud here.

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This Project seeks to inform policy and engage in community outreach, especially with respect to privacy, algorithmic discrimination, and technology-facilitated violence, by drawing on the firsthand perspectives, experiences and expertise of young people.

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Draw the Line is an interactive campaign that aims to engage Ontarians in a dialogue about sexual violence.

NCDII Take-Down Request Resources

The following resources contain guides for how to request the takedown of an intimate image (or video, recording, etc.) by a social media or other third-party platform (e.g. Google, Meta, Instagram, Twitter, PornHub). Most platforms have dedicated online forms for making such requests.

Reporting Tips:

  • For information about how to report (and request the take-down of) your intimate image on various social media platforms (facebook, instagram, tiktok, etc.), click here.

  • For information and links to report (and request the take-down of) your intimate image on various adult/pornography sites (pornhub, xhamster, x videos, etc.), click here


  • When reporting (and/or requesting the take-down of) your intimate image, please consider the following:​

    • Use private browsing mode (e.g., Incognito) on your device when making reports.

    • Use a burner email address.​

    • Use the reports for "report inappropriate content".

    • Provide a direct URL link to where the images have been shared.

    • Be clear, concise, and polite in your message. Here is an example: 

      • "Hi, my intimate images have been shared on your site without my consent. This is against the law in the Canada and I am requesting the images/videos to be removed along with any associated thumbnails. I would appreciate prompt removal of the content and notification when this has been done. Thank you".​

  • Registering your intimate image as a hash:

    • If you are 18 years or over, you can register your intimate image as a "hash" so that it cannot be posted or reposted on some platforms (including facebook and instagram). Click here to register your image through

    • If you are under 18 years of age, you can register your intimate image here through Project Arachnid. Canadian youth can also get help with image removal here.


The Cyber Civil Rights Initiative (CCRI) offers services to victims of cybercrimes in the U.S. and internationally through its crisis helpline and a compilation of take-down resources.

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HeartMob is a community dedicated to offering support to people experiencing online harassment. It offers a comprehensive list of various platform safety guides and related resources, which can be found here


The Cyberbullying Research Center is dedicated to providing up-to-date information about the nature, extent, causes, and consequences of cyberbullying among adolescents. It has a comprehensive online removal guide here

International NCDII Resources

The following resources contain international resources on NCDII and related topics. Please read the descriptions below for a summary of what each third-party site provides (including overviews of key topics and practical self-help tools relating to privacy, cyberbullying and NCDII).


Resource combining expertise in domestic violence survivor support, digital rights advocacy, and cybersecurity to address the criminal behavior perpetrated by stalkerware. 


Australia’s independent regulator for online safety has published a number of guides and resources for cyberbullying and other online harassment.

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A collaborative global campaign that connects the issue of violence against women and information and communications technology 

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Think tank for women's rights, sexuality, sexual rights and internet rights activists, academics, journalists and advocates.


Tools to fight online harassment

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