Security is Political

Episode 003: Security is Political

Rae and Chris talk about what a 0-day vulnerability is and why you should care, the NSO group being used to attack Palestinian human rights and civil society organizations, why tech companies don’t take security more seriously — and a lot more.

Rae’s article: Corporeal moderation: digital labour as affective good – If you have institutional access, you can find it at Wiley Online or through your academic institution’s library

Elinor Carmi’s book Media Distortions (Open Access!)

Sarah T. Roberts’ book on commercial content moderation, Behind the Screen

Kim Zetter, Countdown to Zero Day

Front Line Defenders – Six Palestinian human rights defenders hacked with NSO Group’s Pegasus Spyware

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