On March 9, 2023, Sanctuary hosted a ground-breaking forum where gender violence experts discussed technology-facilitated abuse, which includes but is not limited to the non-consensual dissemination, or threat of dissemination, of sexual images (sometimes referred to as “revenge porn”), hacking, stalking, spoofing, harassment, identity theft, and impersonation.

Watch the panel recording below to learn about current challenges, innovative strategies to mitigate risks, and how to provide survivors with the necessary resources for safety, healing, and empowerment.


Special thanks to our partners at Latham & Watkins LLP for hosting this event.

Meet our panelists and moderators:

Deputy Director, Courtroom Advocates Project, Sanctuary for Families
New York Cyber Abuse Task Force

Lindsey M. Song, Esq. is the Deputy Director of the Courtroom Advocates Project (CAP) at Sanctuary for Families. Lindsey represents indigent victims of domestic violence in Family and Supreme Courts throughout New York City.

Lindsey is the co-chair of the New York Cyber Abuse Task Force, a collaboration of agencies, attorneys, and advocates working to end cyber sexual abuse.

Lindsey received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Duke University in 2011 and a Juris Doctor from Georgetown University Law Center in 2014.

Prior to joining Sanctuary in 2015, Lindsey worked as the judicial law clerk to Judge Heidi Pasichow, D.C. Superior Court Associate Judge.