Technology for feminist creativity and care
This bilingual edition is born of many conversations and moments at the two camps held in parallel in August this year (2018) at Dhulikhel, Nepal - the Take back the Tech! meet and the Feminist Tech Exchange.
Learning digital security as a “non-techie”
This article expresses personal experience of navigating the digital space and learning about digital security in a world filled with neurotypical upper caste people in authority.
Bárbara Paes on Black feminist cyberactivists in Brazil and the neoliberalism of "women in tech"
Ani Hao interviews Bárbara Paes, a young Brazilian feminist, co-founder of Minas Programam. In this conversation they delve into Black feminist activism in Brazil, feminism funding and the co-optation of gender issues in technology spaces.
Webcomic: The Internet's Footprint | Part 3
In the third part of the webcomic "The footprint of the Internet", Nadège tells us how green washing hides the complex intersections between technologies, territory and capitalism. But the resistance and self-determination of communities persists...
Webcomic: The Internet’s Footprint | Part 2
Inhabiting internet causes a huge footprint on land, nature and bodies. An impact that can be violent and abusive. But we can learn how to create a more attentive and sensitive relationship with digital technologies.
Webcomic: The Internet's Footprint
We often hear that the internet is a cloud. But the internet has a big footprint. With this first release we start a reflective webcomic series around internet's infrastructure from a feminist technopolitical perspective.
Machín 2 Machín (II): A critical feminist and psychosocial perspective on new digital networks
In the second part of their article, Loreto Bravo and Peter Bloom alert us to the dangers of a romanticization of technologies and develop a psychosocial and feminist approach as a tool to face the new wave of hyperconnectivity that is announced with 5G.
A technopolitical approach to online gender-based violence
Technology is not gender neutral and this article shows how social media companies and tech corporations play a role in perpetuating online gender-based violence. What we need is a critical examination of the tools available and their underlying techno-politics so we can create community alternatives for feminist communication.
[DECLARATION] Decolonising the internet: Second International Cyberfeminist Meeting
Making a feminist internet: Building movements, remembering resistance, hacking security and care
From the cataclysmic and profoundly loud speaking out that took place spontaneously across varied contexts with #metoo to understanding, owning and building feminist infrastructure, there is a lot that we can do as feminist activists. In this edition we take a peek at the Making a Feminist Internet meeting in Malaysia that took place early October, 2017.