A declaration and background paper on a feminist digital ecosystem developed by a network of feminist scholars, researchers, and activists from the economic South working for economic and gender justice.
A research-driven workbook from Our Data Bodies (ODB) with popular education activities focused on data bodies, surveillance, and community safety. The playbook includes workshop activities, tools, tip sheets, and reflection pieces.
This Logic Magazine issue looks at how bodies and technologies cross one another. It describes new forms of knowledge production and political organization that the internet has made possible.
The Feminist Tech principles are a set of guidelines for tech policy-making and technology creation. Each principle is supported by insights into the status quo, why the principle is necessary, and a good practice example of people or organisations already working on the topic in a feminist way.
An action plan developed by over forty deepfakes experts from across industry, law, art and entertainment, technology and human rights activism, who set out to identify critical paths and harm mitigation strategies around synthetic media and deep fakes.
Consentful technologies are digital applications and spaces that are built with consent at their core, and that support the self-determination of people who use and are affected by these technologies. Building on the language of medical ethics and sexual consent, this zine offers practical advice on building consentful tech.
Enter the address of any website, and Blacklight developed by The Markup team will scan it and reveal the specific user-tracking technologies on the site—and who’s getting your data.