Editor’s Note: This piece is part of an ongoing series exploring what it means to be a woman on the internet.
Women around the world are harnessing the power of the internet to build a new set of digital ethics based on consent.
They include Katelyn Bowden in the U.S., who found out a year ago that intimate photos of her were posted online by a man who had allegedly stolen her boyfriend’s phone. And Emma Holten in Europe, whose intimate photos were leaked online after her identity was hijacked seven years ago. There’s also Saba Eitizaz, who was doxxed, threatened, and eventually forced to flee her home country of Pakistan Read more…
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