I have always regard myself as a public person. It is not so much about me being “known” as much as being comfortable with being known and speaking/act publicly.
Still I have an intimacy, something inherently mine that I do not want to share with almost anyone and many many things I want to share with specific people.
When it comes to politic the line has always being blurry. As a feminist my practise is that the personal is political and the political, as we all know is public, so my personal most often had been, as I said, very much public. Continue reading “In the continuum of #privacy and #data”
From the 16th to the 18th of April I attended a pre-event to the 12th AWID forum that was focusing on the intersection between information and communication technology, the internet and feminist practices, and that was interrogating privacy and security in online spaces and on our devices.