The DIY Feminist Guide to Cybersecurity, available in Spanish and English, is designed to be a quickstart for “gendered, racialized, queerphobic, transphobic, ableist, and classist” threats to digital autonomy, created because “companies and developers frequently ignore or underestimate the digital threats to these spaces and their users.”
We often focus on the negative or positive impacts of algorithms. But is this a distraction from how power is actually deployed through them?
This year was a busy one for security and hackers. We expect more of the same in 2017, with a few new twists.