Notes from the SPRITE+ Stakeholders’ and DTPC Working Group (II) Post Two

This week, we continue with a review of the workshop discussion about how organisations support the privacy of marginalised communities. Stakeholders were asked to consider what the biggest privacy threats to communities were. One participant referenced radio frequency identification (RFID) key tags. Persons affix these tags to their personal items in order to track them.Continue reading “Notes from the SPRITE+ Stakeholders’ and DTPC Working Group (II) Post Two”

Notes from the SPRITE+ Stakeholders’ and DTPC Working Group (II) Post One

The SPRITE+ Digital Technologies Power and Control project (DTPC) hosted a workshop for stakeholders on the 25thMay, 2021. It brought together a range of organisations, all of whom were keen to discuss trust, identity, privacy and security (TIPS) in the digital age. During the workshop, there was a focus upon the people who use digitalContinue reading “Notes from the SPRITE+ Stakeholders’ and DTPC Working Group (II) Post One”

COVID-19 and Digital Inclusion

Responding to instructions from the UK government to ‘stay at home’ during the Covid-19 pandemic, those with access to digital technology have moved their work, shopping, communications, relationships and healthcare online. Meanwhile, lockdown measures have deepened the plight of those who do not have access to nor the skills to use digital technology. These digitallyContinue reading “COVID-19 and Digital Inclusion”