Well, this week some twat who is in currently in Manchester has paid to have spyware put at the back of our private home. And then I am getting messages like this on Instagram. No woman or man for that matter should feel unsafe in their surroundings, on or offline. It says a lot for today’s way of security. Anybody trying to lead their lives out of the limelight should never feel compromised. For women in particular feeling the additional stress of unwanted attention. Keep a diary of events. It will definitely come in useful. And always tell your loved ones exactly what is happening during their physical absence. Fortunately we have our own system onsite, which comes in very useful for tracking predators. Me and Bae put a lot into the right kind of tech tracking. It stands in court too. People who pay for spies, remember those spies are on a lot of payrolls not just yours. Money doesn’t go far in bad hands. Karma is a bitch.
Privacy is PersonalBae
Transparency – to ‘name and shame’ is key. It’s fine to hit a block button but when a stalker takes it to the next level and gives himself permission to invade your private space. Act before it escalates to personal safety issues. Name. Shame. Expose. The vulnerable become empowered when they stand together and fight back against provocation and intimidation. And as for this shot below. These are not genuine messages. It’s often organised crime. Ladies and children online. Be very careful. Nobody is safe. None of it is real. Take the internet as a playground. And jeopardy to ‘personal safety’ and ‘privacy’ as a threat. None of us are ever alone. Reach out. Hit my contact button above if you have had similar experiences. We can all help each other during such challenging times.
Amen. Tiff and Family. X