Juliana Guerra studied sociology and explores the intersection between body, technology, and social movements. She has worked at Derechos Digitales since 2016 where she is responsible for coordinating and implementing advocacy and communication strategies, with emphasis on technical issues. In recent years, her work has focused on feminist digital security and infrastructures.
Updates on I-star Organizations From the Bullshit Police
A panel of experts, technologists, and lawyers will give an update on several I-star organizations, namely ICANN, IETF, IEEE, and ITU. Short presentations will touch on the major controversies in each space as they relate to human rights, namely freedom of expression and the right to privacy. Questions to the panel from the moderator will draw out the tensions and synergies of human rights considerations in Internet governance and standards setting across the I-star bodies. Questions from the audience are encouraged.