Data Privacy a Concern for Marginalized Communities

March 31, 2018 Guest Contributor

By: Christopher Wood, Co-Founder & Executive Director, LGBT Tech While hot-button technology topics like net neutrality make headlines for current legislative activity, the underlying concern for all Internet users is data privacy. For marginalized communities, the protection of sensitive data is even greater. The age-old fear of providing personal information to a government that does

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