FemH3ck - Basic privacy and digital security for feminist & LGTBQIA, Argentina
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|Title||f3mhack, privacy and digital security training for feminist & LGTBQIA activists, Buenos Aires City, Argentina|
|Category||Privacy Advocacy Digital Security Gender and Tech|
|Scale||City of Buenos Aires, Argentina|
|Geolocalization||-36° 1' 53", -57° 7' 43"|
|Organisation||Tes, hacktivist & Intui, feminist & LGTBQIA activist (HACKELARRE)|
|Target audience||First event is open with a feminist focus.Our main target are Feminist collectives and queer, trans, cis women & women of colour from Buenos Aires. Also anybody who approaches to the Hackelarre with interest in self-learning and in line with the guidelines of the event.|
|Number of participants||25|
|Context and motivations|| Lots of interest, lack of spaces and understanding on encryption tools led us to think together and plan a space that would meet these interests with a consideration of what the specific needs of the community are.
We opened the floor to think specifically about obstacles and proposals for technology for this community.
A need to think politically about technology and the need to think of Software Libre as a tool for liberation and organization.
|Topics||Digital security and privacy with a gender focus, GPG, alternative emails, Software Libre.|
|Links||Articles, videos, photos on-line, ...|
|Agenda|| 23rd of May, 10-18hs Tierra Violeta Cultural Centre
10-11.30pm Discussion of specific tech needs & experiences of feminist & LGTBQIA community members present.
11.30-13hs presentation of privacy & surveillance issues, and how internet works/ how email works & GPG.
13-14hs vegan & vegetarian lunch and drinks.
14-17.30hs Feminist Hackerspace
- migration to riseup/openmailbox,
- installation of Thunderbird with Enigmail
- generation of key pairs
- testing and verification.
17.30hs + - Closing circle & feedback.
|Methodologies|| Hacklab organisation & ideology
|Resources|| Security in a Box,
EFF, Email Self Defense, Floss Manuals, Safe Hub Collective, HackLab Coop, Hacktivist Tool kit, THF blog, FOSSBOX, Prism SL Tool alternatives, APC toolkit, Witness.org
|Gendersec||Security in the box|
|Feelings|| Lots of new & reconnected feelings around the meeting of different values in open space.
Shared spaces create a meeting of minds, differing opinions about political meaning of technology.
Conflicted feelings around inclusiveness of cis men in feminist spaces / non-inclusiveness of cis-men's opinions and voices.
|Feedbacks|| Very specific feedback and needs for future meetings:
- Need for tools to perform secure erase of data.
- Need to construct open access libraries outside of existing structures which have limited access for many communities, especially those outside traditional institutional spaces.
- The need to use search engines which do not 'profile' users or perform censorship in order to reach wider info. Different experiences of information available when using TOR.
-The interest on knowing how to create different identities online (the way on how to separate them and not giving up our real identity)
-Interest on feminist libraries online with bibliography on the main subjects of interests.
-Getting to know alternatives of Free Software of main applicatives used on the computer
- What happens in open spaces vs closed spaces? Do women and LGTBQIA folk need their own spaces and their own approaches to technology and learning?
|Start|| Creating spaces to generate access and empowerment around technology.
Motivating from joy not fear. Appropiate new knowledge and make it ours.
|Stop||Fearing what we do not know :)|
|Keep||Being positive about each other's knowledge. Legitimising our existing "abilities". Growing together. Creating positive dialogue and learning new tools and foundations for knowledge.|