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Recent Posts by Anna Dorothea Ker on April 30th, 2020
"By recognizing that human-centered design is problematic in the way that it focuses on individuals, on consumers, we can recognize that we need a new framework to ask different questions."
Stones in a riverbed.
Recent Posts by Rose Kalemba on April 14th, 2020
The role that technology played in my attack not only immortalized the worst night of my life, but made it so that I had no escape from the trauma.
Map of the underwire active and planned submarine cable systems around the world. For the purposes of this article, the map illustrates the vast number of internet cables that cluster around the Western world.
Issue 43 by Anonymous Author on November 15th, 2016
Lack of ethical processes around data collection and management, and ongoing Western control over data, continue the legacy of colonialism within aid work.
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Surveillance by Sydette Harry on October 6th, 2014
Our picture of surveillance needs to factor in not just tech developments, but the cultural standards that have bred surveillance, especially towards black culture, as part and parcel in our world.
Screenshot of Earth's atmosphere from space.
Open Source by Ellen Marie Dash (duckie) on July 21st, 2014
We can't get to the future we want by pretending we're already there.
Screen shot of an ad with the Facebook logo and text A look back.
Queer by Jessica Lachenal on May 19th, 2014
Should you be defined by the things you’ve posted?
Kitchen sink, piled with dirty dishes.
Abuse by Fay H. on April 28th, 2014
Entitlement and violation in STEM communities.
A printed out sign that appears to be taped up in a public bathroom says 'Did you consent to your involvement in this process' - underneath, someone has scrawled 'Absolutely not' in green marker.
Abuse by Betsy Haibel on April 28th, 2014
When mistreating users becomes competitive advantage.