Lack of ethical processes around data collection and management, and ongoing Western control over data, continue the legacy of colonialism within aid work.
Issue 43 on November 14th, 2016
While you’re exploring virtual reality, Facebook is exploring you.
Issue 39 on July 27th, 2016
What if we were able to harness technology independent of military and carceral dictation of the movement? How can we think about technologies in ways that would be helpful to women, not used as violence against us?
Issue 35 on March 30th, 2016
In a social environment where the movement of black people is produced through constant surveillance, Curry’s inability to be accurately transformed into a digital version is a powerful critique.
Issue 27 on September 17th, 2015
I look around and I see my friends building technologies that make life easier for abusers. I am overwhelmingly sad thinking of all the people whose lives have been made orders of magnitude more hellish carrying ever-connected computers on their bodies.
Issue 23 on July 2nd, 2015
We have reduced the notion of health to a set of standards that tend to be binary, arbitrary, or both.
Issue 23 on July 1st, 2015
Though adults are free to opt in and out of advertising services and control the collection and use of their personal data, children have no such power.
Issue 22 on June 10th, 2015
Mass-produced surveillance signage is not only about cameras.
Issue 21 on May 18th, 2015
How is an article about surveillance by a woman who admits her madness to be taken seriously at all?
Issue 19 on April 9th, 2015
It’s not just the government who is watching us.