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|Online activism & engagement in the Age of Slacktivism
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Being public for activism without using FB & Twitter
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|More collaboration between feminist activists and hackerspaces. How?
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Sharing feminist server
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How do I keep myself secure online?
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Secure email services/tools, PGP
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Secure instant messaging/OTR
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|Social networks threat to privacy or opportunity for NGOs
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|Me Me Me: untangling identity & consumerism
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Public interest/rights/democracy vs Corporate profits/The right to make money
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|Combatting hate speech online
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Anonymity is vital for Freedom of Expression
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If we don't want to touch the right to anonymity: what are the strategies to deal with hate and stalking?
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Ethical norms in media/journalism, offline and online in social networks
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|FOSS server is it possible?
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Alternative FOSS solutions that keep me away from surveillance
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How should we protect peoples data (privacy, security ) in our own online tools and databases?
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Secure email services/tools, PGP
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Secure instant messaging/OTR
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|Open source: DDOS, protection
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|Discussion beta version of feminist internet
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Feminist principles of the internet
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|Tails: portable/live operating system
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|Policy and Techie coherence: Risk assessment, Policy shaping and Tech development
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Bringing stronger security practices to organisations by using team learning
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|Tracking (skillshare)
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How do I leave traces online and what can I do about them
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|Privacy and safety strategies for women's rights activists
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Facing internet or online violence against women human rights defenders (WHRD)
 
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Revision as of 11:37, 4 June 2014

Sessions A

A3 Bldg - 103

Sessions B

A3 Bldg - 106

Sessions C

A4 Bldg - 204

Sessions D

A4 Bldg - 205

Sessions E

A4 Bldg - 206

11:30 - 12:00; 1:30-2:00 Online activism & engagement in the Age of Slacktivism

Being public for activism without using FB & Twitter

More collaboration between feminist activists and hackerspaces. How?

Sharing feminist server

Security online

How do I keep myself secure online?

Cryptography for ordinary people

Secure email services/tools, PGP Secure instant messaging/OTR

Social networks threat to privacy or opportunity for NGOs
14:00 - 15:30 Me Me Me: untangling identity & consumerism

Public interest/rights/democracy vs Corporate profits/The right to make money

Combatting hate speech online

Anonymity is vital for Freedom of Expression If we don't want to touch the right to anonymity: what are the strategies to deal with hate and stalking? Ethical norms in media/journalism, offline and online in social networks

FOSS server is it possible?

Alternative FOSS solutions that keep me away from surveillance How should we protect peoples data (privacy, security ) in our own online tools and databases?

continuation

Secure email services/tools, PGP Secure instant messaging/OTR

Open source: DDOS, protection
16:00 - 17:30 Discussion beta version of feminist internet

Feminist principles of the internet

Tails: portable/live operating system Policy and Techie coherence: Risk assessment, Policy shaping and Tech development

Bringing stronger security practices to organisations by using team learning

Tracking (skillshare)

How do I leave traces online and what can I do about them

Privacy and safety strategies for women's rights activists

Facing internet or online violence against women human rights defenders (WHRD)