Privacy and data protection are only affordable for a few. People with different lived experiences are often included in those concepts without acknowledging their backgrounds. Tech must recognise and embrace diversity for a better outcome that respects and honours alternative knowledge and history. It is important to create an environment for exploring the safety, privacy and data especially for those who historically never took them for granted.
• What is the experience with privacy and data protection for vulnerable groups?
• How can we make sure that their privacy is valued this time?
• What does it mean to protect the data privacy of marginalised communities?
• How can technology be reimagined without harming these communities? Can an anti-racist perspective be the solution?