A recent report suggests that while technology today is advantageous for some, the culture behind it debases the core tenets of human dignity.
Author and human rights advocate Alexa Koenig explains how the Berkeley Protocol will empower the next generation of human rights defenders.
With help from Digital Impact, the Human Rights Center at UC-Berkeley is working to standardize digital open source information for criminal and human rights investigations.
Two architects of Ethos, a new suite of tools from GlobalGiving, explain how empathy can help to address the paradox of platform neutrality.
Access Now’s Digital Security Helpline is helping to build people-first digital infrastructures, one content moderation request at a time.
Social justice advocate Tawana Petty writes, “We fear the unknown and what we don’t understand and sometimes that fear turns us into people we might not otherwise be.”
A geolocation system developed by citizen scientists could provide potentially life-saving data without eroding the right to privacy.