Are You Using Social Media Responsibly In Covid19? #AAH

Internet has helped each one of us in some way during the pandemic. It has also led to increased use of social media for news, entertainment, education and more. However, are we using social media responsibly in Covid19?


Often, we share information/ news in a hurry without verifying it’s source or truthfulness, this can lead to anxiety triggers in those who consume it. We might even share religious hate or violence inciting messages which are not just unlawful, punishable & wrong, they are also ethically incorrect that at a time of so much stress, we cause any unrest.



Do watch this video carefully & please use social media responsibly in Covid19.



Stay strong, stay aware, stay safe. Please mask up.









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‘Akancha Against Harassment’ is India’s largest social impact initiative against cyber harassment. It was founded by Miss Akancha Srivastava in February 2017. Its a not for profit Section 8 organisation.


Honorary Board of advisors


Foundation’s board hosts – Vijay Shekhar Sharma (Founder- Paytm), ADG Navniet Sekera (Uttar Pradesh), IG Krishna Prakash (Maharashtra), Ritesh Malik (Founder- Innov8), Princess Diya (MP- Rajsamand).


Goals of this initiative


The initiative aims at Education, Empowerment & Bridging of general population with the authorities.


Support of the Indian Police for the initiative


Bridging is the most unique attribute of the initiative. We have a host of over 50+ senior police officers from across the country supporting us in content & awareness drive.

This unique strength helps us address any victim complaints that come to us as well as inform people about various measures of law enforcement across the country.


Multilingual AI Chat helpline for cyber safety


We run India’s only multilingual AI chat helpline for cyber safety. This helpline is currently available in Hindi & English on our website. It can be accessed from any internet enabled device. You can chat here anonymously, fearlessly.


We do not track ISPs unless you trigger an SOS to Akancha in any crisis situation.


We encourage you to please watch our videos, go to our website, arm yourself with knowledge. Stay Aware, Stay Safe.