Tag Archives: privacy

Online anonymity and violence against women

In my latest article for Al Jazeera English, I discuss the Steubenville rape case, the efforts by Anonymous to defend women, and the paradoxical role of anonymity online: In the aftermath of Steubenville and a number of high-profile rape cases around … Continue reading

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Threats to Online Privacy

I have a new article for Al Jazeera on threats to email privacy. (OK, it is not really that new, but I’ve been too busy arguing with the daughter of Uzbekistan’s dictator to update my website – read about it … Continue reading

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The Mercilessness of Digital Media

For Al Jazeera, I wrote about the suicide of Amanda Todd, a teenager who was bullied and stalked online before committing suicide last week: Digital memory spares no mercy. For teenagers like Amanda Todd, one regrettable decision can transform one’s … Continue reading

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