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My Data Rights – feminist resistance and resilience to data practices survey

March 25th, 2022
In January 2021, the developer of a period and fertility-tracking app used by more than 100 million consumers settled Federal Trade Commission (USA) allegations that the company shared the health...
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What if the data worked for us instead of against us? – Imagining feminist resilience and resistance in datafied societies in the African context.

March 11th, 2022
By Chenai Chair * The narrative around privacy and data protection, in particular from a gender and sexuality standpoint, is that of continued digital exclusion, inequality, dataveillance, privacy breaches, and...
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Workshop: Accept or Decline the cookies? – Gender, Privacy and Data with African feminists

March 12th, 2022
Date:  Friday 18th of March 2022 (11:30 - 1PM CAT) https://www.youtube.com/embed/3XQ-d36-5tg My Data Rights (Africa) is carrying out research to establish what action can be taken by feminist activists to...
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A feminist approach to assessing AI, privacy and data protection in South Africa

December 5th, 2020
The replication of existing inequalities, development of new social injustices and unequal power dynamics impact the difference in experiences of AI and machine learning systems for marginalised groups. A feminist...
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Key issues in data protection

November 25th, 2020
Key issues in data protection - Panel. Africa Internet Governance Forum: annual conference hosted by the African Union Commission (AUC) and supported by the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa...
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Protecting Human Rights as Emerging Technologies Proliferate in Africa

November 18th, 2020
Protecting Human Rights as Emerging Technologies Proliferate in Africa - Panel. Side session on the threats and opportunities of new technologies to the protection of human rights in Africa organized...
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