The Feminist Internet

Internet culture is now a matter of social import. At a time when its structural inequalities are becoming apparent to the public at large, several voices have suggested integrating a more balanced vision.

By Augustin Lavagna Published on 20 June 2019 Related colors NellyRodi
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The Internet is supposed to be the definitive public space, a forum for learning, speaking out, thinking and sharing. Last March, this view was challenged publicly by Tim Berners-Lee, inventor of the World Wide Web, who observed that despite “all the good we’ve achieved, the web has evolved into an engine of inequity and division”. In recent.

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