Privacy, anonymity, visibility: dilemmas in tech use by marginalised communities
Ganesh, Maya Indira
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This paper synthesises reflections and learnings from two studies, in Kenya and South Africa, about how marginalised communities – lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and queer (LGBTQ) people in Nairobi, Kenya, and economically marginalised housing and urban development rights activists in Johannesburg, South Africa – use technologies commonly applied in transparency and accountability work, and the limits of their use of these technologies.
CitationGanesh, M.I.; Deutch, J. and Schulte, J. (2016) Privacy, anonymity, visibility: dilemmas in tech use by marginalised communities, Brighton: IDS
Is part of seriesResearch Report;July 2016
- Making All Voices Count