In this episode, Darieth Chisolm, Emmy-award winning television personality, NBC News anchor and activist for cyber sexual crimes, discusses her personal experience with revenge porn, the obstacles faced by victims today, and the complexities of free speech as it relates to sharing nude photos online.
In this episode you will learn:
About Darieth’s personal experience with revenge porn
Her challenge of taking legal action outside of the U.S.
The impact of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA)
Examples of first steps on how victims can take legal action
Obstacles to taking down nude content that is published online
A brief history of policies like the SHIELD Act and Enough Act
How Freedom of Speech should not apply when it is enacted with the intent to do harm
The pervasiveness of victim shaming and victim blaming
The importance of parents having conversations about nude photos with their children
Resources for victims of revenge porn (linked below)
“Tech should be built for good” says Amanda McGlothlin, co-founder and Chief Design Officer at HQ Network, a Los Angeles space start-up providing digital security products and services for individuals and businesses. As a leader in tech, Amanda believes that privacy is a fundamental human right. Hear her tactical, realistic approach to product design that truly protects the user’s privacy.