Feminism and protocols

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Authors Juliana Guerra  , Mallory Knodel 
Last updated 2020-01-09 (latest revision 2019-07-08)
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This document aims to describe how internet standards, protocols and its implementations may impact diverse groups and communities. The research on how some protocol can be enabler for specific human rights while possibly restricting others has been documented in [RFC8280]. Similar to how RFC 8280 has taken a human rights lens through which to view engineering and design choices by internet standardisation, this document addresgses the opportunities and vulnerabilities embedded within internet protocols for specific, traditionally maginalised groups.


Juliana Guerra (juliana@derechosdigitales.org)
Mallory Knodel (mallory@article19.org)

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