Private | Public: Join us for this year's campaign!

What is the line between private and public online? Define it. #privacyismyright #16days #takebackthetech
#Privacy: Has your private life been made public without your consent? #mapit #takebackthetech #16days
What different forms of violence against women and girls occur online? #16days #takebackthetech
What are the safety issues experienced by sexual rights activists? #16days #takebackthetech
What does privacy look like in an age of social media and mass surveillance? #privacyismyright #16days #takebackthetech
#Privacy: How public is your private life? Has someone used your photo without permission? #mapit #takebackthetech #16days
Dont let your experience of #vaw online go unreported. Name it, report it, make it count. Map it here: #16days #takebackthetech
Take a personal pledge NOT to forward violence. Don't let #rape become #viral! #16days #takebackthetech
Tell the world why #privacy is important to you! #privacyismyright #takebackthetech #16days
#Privacy is key for our safety. We have the right to access information and express ourselves freely without fear. #takebackthetech #16days

A Global Conversation Toward a Feminist Internet

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Check out the first part of the conversation in our storify! There's more to be said, so jump right in @takebackthetech, #imagineafeministinternet. Let's keep imagining and talking as we work for change.


Is a feminist internet possible? On 13-17 April, APC is bringing together over 50 women's rights, internet rights and sexual rights activists to think critically about gender, sexuality and the internet. We invite you to take part in our pre-meeting global conversation this week on the hashtag #imagineafeministinternet.

Here are some of our key questions:

How are we discussing the commodification of our bodies, behaviors, thoughts and data? How has the internet disrupted or reinforced capitalist frameworks? Is the internet enabling greater diversity of sexual expression or growing opportunities for the policing of sexuality?

Do we rely too much on the internet for our work? Does activism 2.0 simply satisfy our need to “do something” without truly effecting change?

Take part in the debate. Define and question what it takes to create a feminist internet.

Join the conversation all week on Twitter, starting 7 April. #imagineafeministinternet #takebackthetech @takebackthetech


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