Press & Media: Blog / 2021
Blog: Dehumanizing tech response to New York Times investigation on suicide-themed website shows industry’s true colours
As the end of 2021 nears, U.S. lawmakers are yet again seeking answers from technology companies over another form of online harm festering on the web.
Blog: New Twitter policy elevating right to privacy a pivotal shift toward online safety
It was an unexpected shift in the content moderation doctrine of one of the largest social media platforms in the world.
Blog: Apple must stand by its image detection safety plan, ignore privacy zealot push for online status quo
When your life’s work is devoted to improving the safety of children online, you can’t help but greet technology companies’ grand announcements and promises with a great deal of skepticism.
Blog: “Nirvana Baby” lawsuit underscores broader issue of adults robbing children of their privacy rights
Spencer Elden, the man whose nude infanthood photograph was controversially used as Nirvana’s 1991 Nevermind album cover, is now suing the band over the image. This should serve as a wake up call for us all.