This chapter draws on data from an ongoing series of research projects dedicated to mapping and studying the history, manifestations, nature, prevalence, aetiology and consequences of gendered cyberhate. It details the nature, prevalence and ramifications of cyber violence against women and girls (cyber VAWG), as well as the manifest failures of police, policy makers and platform managers to intervene in a manner that adequately supports targets, punishes perpetrators and/or assists in addressing the broader problem of cyber VAWG at all jurisdictional levels. The chapter outlines the way in which women's responses to the growing problem of gendered cyberhate can involve both flight and fight modes. It explains that naming and shaming digilantism exists on a spectrum. Feminist digilante responses to gendered cyberhate most commonly involve 'calling out' or 'naming and shaming' attackers and can be situated on a spectrum.