Articles about 'internet privacy'

How reading the comments can help the women’s movement

The comments section is often rife with dark abuse but exposes how deep certain types of prejudice run. It’s something feminists can’t ignore, writes Tilly Grove

Guest Blogger // 23 September 2017

Categories: Blog

When online feminist activism meets the surveillance state

Helen G looks at some of the recent revelations about the extent to which our everyday internet usage is monitored by various government agencies and suggests a few ways in which feminist activists may be able to mitigate some of the online intrusions of the surveillance state.

Helen G // 25 August 2013

Categories: Blog

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