Thursday, September 16, 2010

Are You Vulnerable To Harassment By Technological Means?

Are you vulnerable to harassment by technological means? If so, how? If not, why not? The reason I ask is because this week I'm talking about the Protection From Harassment Bill which is in at that stage where South Africans have the opportunity to have their say.


Here's my post about the Bill on the Shukumisa web site, and your opportunity to have your comments included in the submissions byTshwaranang Legal Advocacy Centre, Women’sNet, Women’s Legal Centre and Triangle.


This morning I also sent out an article to Victim Empowerment South Africa ( to be published next week) and copy for a client newsletter. Felt good, as I did it before 10am and it's like the day can only get better afterwards. 


Also posted an article on what to do if you don't have a lot of space to start a garden. It's short and sweet.  Thanks Laura.  The picture of your herb garden inspired the post. 

Spending the rest of the day writing.

1 comment:

Tamara said...

Yes! I hate answering my phone when it's a "private number" because it's usually some telemarketer ready to harass you about insurance comparisons / cell phone contracts / credit cards / funeral plans / *insert various other things I have no want or need of here*

That counts as harassment, IMO. Also the SMS marketers that don't listen when you reply STOP to opt out.

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