As of 2015, Monica Lewinsky's Twitter handle, BystanderRevolution.org and public relations representative Dini von Mueffling are all potential sources for updates about Monica Lewinsky. She is a contributing editor for Vanity Fair magazine, which may also serve as an outlet for information concerning her.
Lewinsky tweets nearly every day to roughly 99,000 followers on Twitter, including her thoughts, information about events connected to her, social activism she's engaged in, and violence and bullying statistics. Lewinsky is passionate about anti-bullying, and following a 2015 TED talk on the same subject, she became a strategic adviser to Bystander Revolution in its fight against bullying. Lewinsky occasionally orchestrates anti-bullying campaigns and projects through BystanderRevoution.org, such as Monica Lewinsky's Challenge: Make 'Em Laugh, which debuted October 2015.
In 2014, Lewinsky hired public relations representative Dini von Mueffling, who is the co-founder of HvM Communications, a New York City-based public relations firm. Although no names of private clients appear on the HvM Communications website, Von Mueffling still possibly represents Lewinsky and may serve as a contact or source of updates. An April 2015 New York Daily News article cites von Mueffling as the official respondent to a question about Lewinsky joining the cast of "The View."
Lewinsky's content on VanityFair.com includes an essay on the culture of humiliation. The essay also provides a retrospective examination of the scandal from her youth.