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The announcement made on DRF's Facebook page said the hotline was a "free, safe and confidential service" for victims of online harassment, which aims to provide legal advice, digital security support, psychological counselling and a referral system to victims, Dawn reported.
"It will begin its operations on Dec 1, 2016," the DRF said, adding that the service will be available at 0800-39393.
The launch of the helpline was part of the DRF's 16 Days of Activism initiative on Violence Against Women.
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