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an interview with moi

Danica Radovanović | Digital Serendipities - December 20, 2017 3510

Recently, a creative team from Eemagine development interviewed me  for their publication presenting people from the digital technologies world, asking me about the current projects, motivation, and #startwithwhy story. Below is the entire interview and you can also read it on Medium....


an interview with moi

Danica Radovanović | Digital Serendipities - December 20, 2017 3478

Recently, an experienced and young team from Eemagine development interviewed me  for their publication presenting people from the digital technologies world, asking me about the current projects, motivation, and #startwithwhy story. Below is the entire interview and you can also read it...

Where were internet access crusaders when Facebook stopped Korryn Gaines from streaming cops murdering her?

Black Youth Project - December 18, 2017 3376

On Thursday, the Federal Communications Commission finally delivered its long-expected and devastating death knell to Obama-era Net Neutrality rules—policies supposedly put in place to ensure the internet remained on a level playing field with access equity. The repeal is likely to further impede the work of digital organizers for social justice and exacerbate economic disparities […]


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Today’s net neutrality vote – an unsurprising, unfortunate disappointment

The Mozilla Blog - December 14, 2017 3162

We are incredibly disappointed that the FCC voted this morning – along partisan lines – to remove protections for the open internet. This is the result of broken processes, broken … Read more


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FCC’s rushed, technically flawed decision will harm the economy

Center for Internet & Society at Stanford Law School - December 14, 2017 3161

Mozilla Joins Net Neutrality Blackout for ‘Break the Internet’ Day

The Mozilla Blog - December 12, 2017 3043

Today, Mozilla.org is blacked out to support net neutrality. We’re joining with others across the web — from Github and Reddit to Etsy and Imgur — for a Break the … Read more


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Local News Makes Communities Smarter. But Without Net Neutrality, It Doesn't Have a Chance.

Center for Internet & Society at Stanford Law School - December 11, 2017 2986


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Net Neutrality -- Privacy Silver Bullet, or Can of Worms?

Center for Internet & Society at Stanford Law School - December 05, 2017 2676