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)
A self-made entrepreneurship coach, Alex Wolf is the founder and former CEO of BossBabe INC., an online community that helps millennial women start their own businesses. Members receive a host of advice from the successful social media coach. She is also the author of the book Resonate, a book for entrepreneurs who want authenticity with their audience: for those who want to really connect.
In this episode of Innovation for All Podcast, Sheana speaks with Alex on how social media is changing human interactions, how companies contribute to the problem, and what needs to change.
What is digital literacy and why is it important for our kids to learn these skills? Founder of Cybercivics.com and Cyberwise.org, Diana Graber, joins the show to discuss theses topics and more. Diana is the author of “Raising Humans in a Digital World: Helping Kids Build a Healthy Relationship with Technology.” In this episode of Innovation for All Podcast, we take a look at Diana’s book and the Cyber Civics course she developed for schools.
Food delivery apps like UberEats are putting mom and pop restaurants out of business. In final episode of Season 1 of the Innovation For All podcast, Chris Webb, CEO of ChowNow, shows the actual cost of meal delivery and how ChowNow is trying to mitigate those risks through an alternative business model.
How much food marketplaces charge the host restaurant, on top of the fees they charge the customer
How his experience at Lehman Brothers in 2008 shapes his current skepticism
Why ordering direct from the retailer should always be the consumer’s first option
Does the restaurant know who is buying their food when ordered through a delivery app?
Why are restaurants willing to use delivery apps even when they are unprofitable?
What does a model that puts the restaurant first look like?
Chris has always had an affinity for small and independently owned restaurants. His love of these small businesses and his own family’s small step into the food retail space revealed a passion at the intersection of food and technology.
ChowNow is the leading online ordering and marketing platform for local restaurants. Founded in 2011, ChowNow currently works with 11,000 restaurants nationwide – making it easy for customers to order directly from their websites, ChowNow-built branded mobile apps and third-party websites including Google, Yelp, and Instagram.
Prior to ChowNow, Chris was a founding investor in healthy, fast-casual chain Tender Greens. Chris’ involvement in Tender Greens fueled his mission to put smaller independent restaurants on a level playing field with the national chains when it came to technology solutions, tools, and apps.
Connect with Chris Webb & ChowNow:
Learn more about why third-party food delivery apps are unsustainable for independent restaurants at orderbetter.com.
Innovation For All will be returning for Season 2 in May 2019. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts or your favorite podcasting platform to listen to great episodes in Season 1 and get alerted as soon as Season 2 begins.
Cassie Betts is the founder of District2.Co, a technology company that connects brands/designers with factories to streamline the manufacturing process, and Made In South LA (MISLA), a DevShop Academy. In this episode of the Innovation For All Podcast, learn how Cassie went from being homeless to being called “The Woman Turning South LA into Startup Land” by Forbes.