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Regulating Sexist Online Harassment: A Model of Online Harassment as a Form of Censorship

Posted by Amber Sinha at Mar 11, 2021 04:14 AM |
Amber Sinha wrote a paper on regulating sexist online harassment, and how online harassment serves as a form of censorship, for the “Recognize, Resist, Remedy: Addressing Gender-Based Hate Speech in the Online Public Sphere” project, a collaborative project between IT for Change, India and InternetLab, Brazil.

 

Read the full paper here.

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Amber Sinha

Amber, Senior Programme Manager at CIS, works on issues surrounding privacy, big data, and cyber security. He is interested in the impact of emerging technologies like AI and learning algorithms on existing legal frameworks, and how they need to evolve in response. Amber can be reached at amber at cis-india dot org, and at @ambersinha07.