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As part of her terms, Sursara committed to joining the Cove Guardians to highlight the slaughter of dolphins in Taiji, Wakayama, Japan.

In May 2012, Sursara collaborated with WSPA as an ambassador to their campaign to end live export, Humane Chain.

The campaign appeals to relevant government and agricultural industries to end animal abuse inflicted on cattle and other farm animals transported in the live export trade.

There were also rumours that she had been killed during various animal encounters."At one point I shut down my accounts because it was too negative and people had crossed a line into serious cyber-bullying," she said.

Half of the Australian women surveyed in a poll released by Amnesty International today aged 18 to 24 said they had experienced online abuse or harassment.

In October 2012, Sursara joined the cast of Whale Wars, a weekly documentary-style reality television series aired on the Animal Planet cable channel.

"People on the forum said that I wanted this man to say creepy things to me."Many of the forum's users called her an attention seeker and threatened to dox – publish private details about – her if she didn't prove the harassment was real by following through on her claims and telling the police about the older man's behaviour."I was obviously very terrified of getting doxed and scared that my mum would blame me for it,'' she said.

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Bieber, who was signed by R&B star Usher and shot to fame with his single `One Time`, said in addition to Beyonce, he also liked the look of upcoming actress Elissa Sursara after briefly meeting her in Los Angeles, likes the blonde locks of singer Taylor Swift, as well as having the standard celebrity crush on Megan Fox. Around a third (30%) of the 502 women surveyed aged 18 to 55 said they had been abused or harassed online and of those, 37% said they felt like their physical safety was threatened."It rattles your confidence and after a while it starts to redefine your self-worth," Sursara said."There were times where I hadn’t slept because I’d stayed up thinking about what I was going through, and why it was me going through it."It certainly makes you anxious to push forward with a new environmental campaign, or to accept a new opportunity, in case your detractors rob you of the experience."About two-fifths (42%) of women responding to the survey who had experienced online abuse or harassment said it was misogynistic or sexist in nature, and 20% said it had included threats of physical or sexual violence.Lara said the abuse has been "upsetting" and she doesn't feel protected online."When there are times I am receiving a lot of messages I won't check my notifications." Of those who said they had faced online abuse or harassment, 62% said they had experienced lower self-esteem, or loss of self-confidence, as a result, and 59% said they had experienced stress, anxiety or panic attacks after the abuse.In 2011, when *Matilda was about to start high school, she opened up to an anonymous internet forum about the fact she had been harassed by an older man online."At some point my identity was figured out via Twitter," she said.In March 2012, Sursara joined the WWF “I Will If You Will” campaign challenging more than 1000 fans to buy dolphin-safe products.