Protecting the web from political uncertainty

Protecting the web from political uncertainty

I delivered this presentation on 18 March 2017 at WordCamp London. It was a call to action to developers, and to participants in the WordPress project in particular, to be aware of the roles they can and should play in preventing their work – and the project – from being exploited to harm those who are deemed political targets.

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Links

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Data protection

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Beyond the rule of law

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Digital activism

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When the day comes

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Tweets

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https://twitter.com/davetgreen/status/843077731290112000

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https://twitter.com/kindofwater/status/843083540057198593

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