Navigating through the complex relationship between transnational digital interaction and massive civic participation, from the so-called ‘Arab Spring’ to the Delhi rape case, the talk discussed how seemingly subversive practices involving file integrity and naming conventions are reshaping notions of privacy and security in digital human rights discourses.
Here is the audio recording of the talk:
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