Digital self-defense is a set of strategies to ensure protection of confidential personal electronic information that can be used to identify, contact, or locate and identify an individual in context. Personal information is often revealed in social networking sites leaving users subject to psychological manipulation that range from divulging confidential information to computer related crimes. Users must protect them selves and this requires taking an active role in guarding their own personal information and the links provided in this BlogRoll aims at informing users about Digital Defense tactics and to inspire them to take action to ensure a safe but shared digital world.
- • Practicing Digital Self Defense
- • Tips, Tools and How-tos
- • Spurenarm Surfen
- • Die Privacy Checklist
- • Staying Anonymous
- • Die Digitale Selbstverteidigung
- • Es gibt nicht nur Google
- • Überwachung abwehren
- • Digital Self-Defense Training
Arthur Clay is an artist and collaborator who was born in New York and twitters between his life in Basel and a hectic world presence working between the borders of the arts, the sciences, and society. He has designed and implemented events focusing on creatively connecting art, science, and technology within diverse cultural contexts in many parts of the world. As founder and artistic director of the Digital Art Weeks of ETHZ (2005 -2015) his activities included developing and platforming projects that pioneer new technologies.