International Women’s Day is over, but the issue of surveillance and control isn’t.
Claire Lauterbach of Privacy International had this piece on the issue:
This Sunday is International Women’s Day. You could celebrate the considerable progress in legislating for women’s equal rights. You could join a protest against political and legal inequality, discrepancies in women’s access to healthcare, education and other social goods. You could thank your mom for delivering you.
Here at Privacy International, we want to commemorate the importance of this day by looking at some of the ways surveillance technologies can be used to control women and how the fight for women’s equal rights and for privacy have more in common than you might think.
Read her piece on Privacy International.
Thanks to Joe Cadillic for this link.