Amy, Natalie, and Kayleigh talk about the importance of incorporating personal security considerations into user design and how platform governance can be used to combat some of the issues we see in TECC. Natalie and Kayleigh also discuss the Tinder Swindler and attempt Anna Delvey impressions.
Dr. Amy Zhang, assistant professor at the University of Washington, is an award winning researcher and fellow of many prestigious organizations including Harvard University, Google, the Gates Foundation and the National Science Foundation. She has been featured in articles by media outlets all over the world for her innovative work on standards for information credibility and combating online harassment.
Music is “Blonde,” and “Toxic” by Prom Queen.
Produced by Natalie Dolci, Kayleigh Mcniel, and Dylan Morris.
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National Domestic Violence Hotline 800.799.SAFE (7233)
National Sexual Assault Hotline 1-800-656-4673
In Washington State:
Sexual Violence Law Center toll-free (844) 991-7852 (SVLC), open weekdays
Cyber Civil Rights Initiative for survivors of Distribution of Intimate Images, CCRI Crisis Helpline 844-878-CCRI (2274)
Chayn global resources written by survivors, edited by experts - many are available in multiple languages
K&L Gates Cyber Civil Rights Project provides free legal help for survivors of distribution of intimate images