Queer Privacy and Digital Equity with Cobun Zweifel-Keegan and Vinny DiGilio [S4E28]

Tech Policy Grind
Queer Privacy and Digital Equity with Cobun Zweifel-Keegan and Vinny DiGilio [S4E28]
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Welcome back to the Tech Policy Grind Podcast by the Internet Law & Policy Foundry! This week’s episode is all about queer privacy. Foundry Fellow Katelyn Ringrose chats with
Cobun Zweifel-Keegan (IAPP) and Vinny DiGilio (Grindr) about privacy issues impacting the queer community.

They get into what queer privacy means to them, and why digital equity is so critical for LGBTQ+ people, most especially, youth. Then, Cobun and Vinny discuss what it means to be part of two, sometimes intersecting identities, as queer privacy professionals, and how their advocacy on behalf of their community impacts their work on the day-to-day. 

Plus, LGBT Tech chimes in to discuss some of their policy work, and how to support bridging the digital divide. 

Thanks for listening, and stay tuned for our next episode!

Resources Referenced:

LGBT Tech

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