A talk I gave about how respecting people's dignity means respecting their data, too.
A short comment I gave about the ICRC cyber attack.
I joined the WBI show to discuss these questions with a focus on how the Rohingya have resisted digital identification schemes that violate their collective autonomy.
A discussion at the Bundestag on human rights and participation in the digital age.
A conversation with Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie about writing, race, identity and more.'
A panel on challenges facing the use of data in the humanitarian sector
I joined Marianne Diaz, Malavika Jayaram and Ellery Biddle to talk about the ethical and privacy-related issues around digital identification systems.
I joined Malavika Jayaram, Marianne Diaz and Ellery Biddle to talk about digital identification.
A talk I gave together with Mimi Onuoha talking through various tactics for using information to control, manipulate and transform narratives.
The Office for Creative Research invited me to speak at their monthly salon about how technology has affected the immigrant experience.
I had the pleasure of giving a keynote about reconciling differences within technology and activism.
I joined Becky Kazansky and Janet Gunter to discuss integrating feminism, activism and technology.
I talked about the right to be counted and the right to be intentionally left out of datasets.
I joined a panel to talk about the double standards present in international development when it comes to technology and privacy.
Data in international development: how even the best of intentions can pave the road to surveillance
Together with Becky Kazansky, I gave a talk about how certain uses of technology in international development contribute to surveillance of poorer populations.