Mozilla is hosting a panel about Roe v. Wade's overturning in today's surveillance economy
As Americans adapt to a country where basic reproductive rights are no longer guaranteed, they must also navigate an internet where even the most personal data can become public. Everything from our internet searches, to our wearable devices, to our period apps leave a record. And that record can be sold, shared, or stolen – and in some of these cases used against us at our most vulnerable.
What digital dangers, strategies, and tools do we need to be aware of in this new environment? How can the fight for reproductive rights and the freedom of women’s bodies become a tenant in how we build digital futures – in terms of products, policy, and practice? And can these futures inspire our lived realities?
In this panel, three experts at the intersection of online privacy and rights will unpack these questions, and others.
And moderator Kenrya Rankin, Mozilla. Kenrya is an award-winning author, journalist, podcast host and editorial consultant whose insight has been tapped by leading outlets, including The New York Times, The Huffington Post and ThinkProgress. She creates dynamic content that amplifies the lived experiences, advocacy and work of people of color and shifts the narrative around who deserves liberation, justice and dignity in America.