Technology and Mobile Advance Non-Profit Strategies: But What about Privacy?
Vodafone Americas Foundation, ACLU-NC, YTH and Ford Foundation’s Gender, Sexuality, and Reproductive Justice Unit
Thursday, January 30, 2014 from 9:30 AM to 12:30 PM (PST)
Redwood City, CA
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Maximize Impact While Protecting Your Community:
Discussing Privacy Protections for Organizational Use of New Technology, 2013
This convening is being co-sponsored by The Vodafone Americas Foundation and the Ford Foundation's Gender, Sexuality, Reproductive Justice Unit. We plan on a lively conversation, facilitated by Nicole Ozer of the ACLU-NC and Deb Levine, YTH.
RSVP by January 15th to reserve your place at the table. Light refreshments will be provided.
We hope to see you there.
Deb, Nicole, June and Rocio
- Do you wonder what data is transmitted and stored when people like a Facebook page or follow a cause on Twitter?
- If you support programs that serve marginalized communities or young people, are you curious about how to protect confidential information stored via social media and mobile apps?
- Do you worry about grantee safety because of the nature or content of their social media advocacy work?
Privacy issues, particularly related to mobile apps and social media, are garnering more attention, yet many organizations you support may not be aware of the risks in terms of vulnerable communities. This will be a cross-content discussion among funders about how to maximize positive impact while protecting the privacy of their staff, advocates and communities.