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Wednesday, June 12 • 5:15pm - 6:30pm
The Incomplete Guide to Harassment Campaigns; Focusing on Harassment Outside of the Global North

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The Incomplete but Growing List of Harassment Campaigns is an initiative to document and analyze harassment campaigns in social media. So far, the list spans over a hundred cases from 2002 to now, and is starting to distill and analyze political harassment campaigns on social networks, hoaxes, targeted harassment campaigns and campaigns that can be a mixture of political and targeted harassment, or are all of the above. Caroline, with Rima Sghaier, are expanding this resource focus on harassment campaigns beyond North America, and Europe. Harassment campaigns are a global phenomena, that affects those that are marginalized. Let's build resources and a repository of experiences that center on stories beyond white women's harassment. This session, will function like a roundtable, will focus on the list itself, and then how to document harassment in a kind of leaks initiatives. This session will also function like a workshop and will be open for people to submit harassment campaigns that are not well covered, or well known. Part of the session will involve ideating on how to create better transparency and coverage on online harassment cases outside of the Western world, better ways to collect and verify cases, and recommendations for platform improvement.

Wednesday June 12, 2019 5:15pm - 6:30pm
Limes (Laico)

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