ALONG history, the threat of rape is always emerged in the world. A number of parties seeking a breakthrough deal is moral evil. In addition to the normative approach, the prevention of sexual crimes is also achieved through applied technology. In this modern era of sexual crimes could be resisted by both manual and digital technology.
Recently launched a unique mobile application in New Delhi, India, called Fight Back. The
phone is accidentally created a non-profit organizations to participate
Whypoll suppress crimes of sexual abuse rife in the country.
Fight Back will help the candidate / rape victims by sending out SOS messages via sms, email and Facebook. Once
the SOS message is active, the recipient will be able to track the
location of the sender of a message via GPS and immediately helped the
application created a year after the activists in Egypt launched
HarassMap, the initiative that asks women to send sms with details about
the location when they face sexual assault.
New Delhi has entered the list of most unsafe city for women in India, where in 2010 there was 489 cases, up from 459 in 2009. .
crime of rape occurs along with the rapid economic growth in India and
the opening of vast employment opportunities for women. Many women feel insecure because of the risk was sexually assaulted when they go to and from work. Based
on a survey conducted in 2010 by the Delhi government, UN and NGO women
Jagori (Wake Up Women), 45 percent of women will avoid walking alone in
the dark and 65 percent were afraid to travel using public transport.
to the founder Whypoll, Hindol Sengupta, in addition the user can
choose to enter the names of the police in Delhi in the list of their
SOS, the main focus of this application is connecting to friends and
family warning the potential victims. Once the user sends SOS message, then friends and family will go to the police and pressing them to do something.
the application is only available in English, but the creator plans to
offer versions of its Indian language and extend its use to the nine
other major cities until the end of 2012. Fight Back appreciated phone 100 rupees (USD 17,000) for each year of use.