Criminologists have always been interested in crimes that involve physical violence. The concept of technology-facilitated coercive control (TFCC) is grounded in the understanding that the social problem of domestic violence (DV) is a pattern of abusive, coercive, and controlling behaviors that occur in the context of profound and persistent familial, cultural, and structural gender inequality. Technology provides a means for perpetrators of DV to enact coercive control that transcends fixed borders and boundaries. Minimization of nonphysical abuse is another barrier to effective responses to TFCC. Digital media have positive as well as negative uses for responding to TFCC. These channels are commonly used for delivering information about services and providing anti-violence education. TFCC is an important aspect of DV and coercive control that merits further attention and requires additional critical research. The monetization of online abuse via traffic-linked marketing is another barrier to effective responses to TFCC.