Confront sexual misconduct

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n. a survivor or witness of sexual misconduct that submits an anonymous report.

Our philosophy is built on 3 foundational ideas
1. Identify
Identify repeat offenders. Cases with multiple plaintiffs are both less harrowing for survivors and more likely to win in court. The current system more often than not fails to find mutual survivors.
2. Provide
Provide direct access to civil lawyers and prosecutors, circumventing authorities who may not have survivors' best interests in mind. It is our goal that making the reporting process simpler and safer will enable more survivors and witnesses to act within the statute of limitations of their state.
3. Ensure
Ensure survivors and witnesses complete control over their data. Nothing will be sent to anyone, ever, until a user specifically requests it. Our encryption algorithms guarantee your privacy. Even if compelled to do so by a warrant, JDoe would be unable to read your data and hand it over.

Why do victims stay silent?

The time is right to confront sexual misconduct.

End-to-end encryption algorithms and the attitudes of society are converging to allow for a sea change in the way we combat rape, harassment, assault, and abuse. JDoe is that change.

Our promise to you.

We aim to be transparent about our business. Cases produced by JDoe's platform are more likely to win in court and are, therefore, more valuable to lawyers. JDoe profits from marketing fees and successful case outcomes. JDoe will always remain free for witnesses and survivors, and will never sell users' data.


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