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Anri van der Spuy Jun 14
The digital inclusion paradox means poorer, less literate users are likely to be more at risk of data exploitation and abuses - ie if data is like oil, it is oil that pollutes, and the vulnerable are most at risk - (this echoes research in Africa!)
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Smriti Parsheera Jun 14
People at if you are interested in chatting about tech policy debates in India, come find us in the Community Village!
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Charlotte Slaiman Jun 14
Wow! A great speech from at . A message of hope: just like we aren't responsible for testing our food for poison or making sure our car breaks work, regulation can help us in the digital sphere. Those problems seemed very hard at the time, but we can do it!
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Nikki Gladstone Jun 14
“Digital rights, privacy rights, access rights, these are not optional rights” - wrapping up by talking about where we’ve been and what’s next
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Nikki Gladstone Jun 14
In absolute awe of the community. Thank you for your energy, your dedication, your commitment, and your work in Tunisia. See you in Costa Rica on June 8-12! 🇨🇷👋🏻
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Salmana Ahmed Jun 14
Even if you opt out they will figure out who you are through your networks and inferences about you. We need collective rights. Individual empowerment is not enough
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Soizic Pénicaud Jun 14
"Give us the regulation so we can have the innovation", says in convo w/ abt bill of data rights. So nice to hear regulation and innovation associated this way in a sentence!
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emptywheel Jun 13
At went to a panel on how the US shouldn't carry out regime change (true!) but only the Tunisian speaker discussed economic issues. Made me realize there are few international conferences to talk about socialism.
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The Tor Project Jun 13
: Join us today at 5:15pm for "The fight for digital privacy in the face of authoritarianism and surveillance capitalism." We'll share info on communities we work with, building networks of trainers, and our challenges and successes.
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Sarvjeet Jun 12
Dr. Usha Ramanathan receiving the Human Rights Heros Award at for her work on & on behalf of entire community that has protested and litigated against .
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Yudhanjaya Wijeratne 🌀 Jun 12
Notes from : funny how the Global North conversation is government vs corporation (usually big tech) with the govt regulators as the heroes. The Global South conversation is govt regulators vs people with big tech being used to get around govt.
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jillian Jun 14
I’ve already left for another obligation but I want to share a few thoughts while the hashtag is still alive. First, the positive...
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Juliana Castro Jun 14
reminder. Facial recognition and (digital identity in general) are very dangerous tech. Passwords can be changed but faces and fingerprints CAN’T. We need to talk about this. Also, don’t take pics of others’ faces without consent. Also, I designed this sticker 🙃
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Eguiar Lizundia Jun 14
Thank you to everybody who came to our 9am panel the morning after the official party...to solve an equation! Always fun to get together with , the city of Manouba and to discuss how behavioral science and digital tools can improve local governance.
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Kat Duffy Jun 12
I have been living for this panel for months!!!! “If you say blockchain one more time I’ll f*ing scream” - live now at . 🔥🔥🔥🔥
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Isik Mater Jun 10
Through data we can create change against internet shutdowns today - director at
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Juliana Castro Jun 13
All shades of Tunisian sky.
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Wafa Ben-Hassine Jun 14
Post- thought: if this summit taught me one crucial skill, it’s how to make efficient use of every single second of the day. It was/always is totally non-stop!
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Joy Doreen BIIRA Jun 15
Was a pleasure engaging in discussion about The Anatomy of Technology Related Violence Against WOMEN JOURNALISTS in Africa at this year’s . Can we do something about it? Yes, we can!
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Felipe Estefan Jun 14
“Data is a tool for social control”, says in conversation with ’s at
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