This reading list provides an overview of recent books, articles and sources across the internet for those interested in learning more about how race, gender, and sexuality relate to surveillance. Far from comprehensive, it offers a starting point to explore how an intersectional lens and feminist attention to state, corporate, and peer surveillance practices and their differential effects on marginalised groups is timely and important.
Sources from across the web (blogs, video, art)
APC (2016). Feminist Principles of the Internet 2.0.
The feminist internet principles emphasise the importance of consent, privacy, and anonymity, and offer useful guidance on what it means to take a feminist stance on topics related to technology, data, the internet, and surveillance.
Read the full article in GenderIT.org .