Key Considerations for Designing Against Tech-Facilitated Interpersonal Harm
14 September 2021, 6:00 pm–7:00 pm
Join Eva PenzeyMoog to discuss the common forms of interpersonal harm being facilitated by technology, and what we can do to work against them.
This event is free.
This webinar covers the issues surrounding shared accounts, Internet-connected devices and automobiles and location data privacy. We'll also look at some broader areas where tech is failing us, including when it comes to getting authentic consent and ignoring the domestic violence thread model.
About the Speaker
Founder at The Inclusive Safety Project
Eva PenzeyMoog is a user experience and digital safety designer and founder of The Inclusive Safety Project. Her book, Design for Safety, is now available from publisher A Book Apart. Before joining the tech field she worked in the non-profit space and volunteered as a domestic violence educator and rape crisis counsellor. Her safety design work brings together her expertise in domestic violence and technology, helping technologists understand how their creations facilitate interpersonal harm and how to prevent it by intentionally prioritizing the most vulnerable users.