In order to prevent the hassle of an FIR and moral policing, the Government of India has established a side National Cyber Crime Reporting Portal which can be done by the following steps:
The website can be visited anonymously if the victim is concerned about their identity and apprehension of unprecedented agitation. They may visit the National Cyber Crime Reporting portal at https://cybercrime.gov.in where the complainant shall not need to provide any personal information and can be resisted anonymously the crimes reported can also include child pornography child sexual abuse material sexually explicit content such as rape or gang rape.
The victim may need to provide the following information which is: category of the cybercrime, date and time of the incident, in such cases when the sexually abused video was uploaded on social media, or when the perpetrator started blackmailing, state and district of the victim platform where the incident occurred such as WhatsApp, Facebook or Instagram and the evidence of being uploaded.
All the evidence of being blackmailed such as the email received by the perpetrator or any such blackmailing messages, they may also inform the name of a suspect if any, and his or her identity which the victim feels would be helpful in the investigation of the crime in the description column. They shall also provide any other necessary detail about such suspects once the complaint is successfully registered. The complaint will be provided within a PDF which the victim can download from the portal whereas the victim can also file a complaint by providing her own personal details (if she does not wish to go anonymous) and can track the status of the complaint to registration by Indian mobile number which will be verified by an OTP. Here, the victim shall need to provide personal details such as date of birth, name of parents, spouse relationship of the complaint with the victim (if complaint is being filed by someone else), email ID etc.