What is a digital space and how can users protect themselves and their communities within these spaces? In a tech ecosystem rife with surveillance, trolling, and data mining that increasingly threaten the safety of tech users, it is paramount that developers emphasize security and empathy within their work as well as their personal lives.
Join Dev Bootcamp for a discussion led by Noah Kelley on how to combat common security threats within code and culture while exploring a myriad of accessible tools to actively defend digital autonomy.
Noah Kelley is a software engineer and founding member of Boston activist organizations HACK*BLOSSOM (http://hackblossom.org/)
and Safe Hub Collective (http://safehubcollective.org/). Drawing from his experiences as a queer programmer, Noah's work focuses on the convergence of technology and intersectional feminism as a means of establishing safer spaces that prioritize the rights and well-being of marginalized tech users.