After Equifax Breach, NY Aims at Reforms for “Digital” People

In the 1970s, the American government and private businesses began to collect information about people at unprecedented levels. Private sector business involvement with data collection was led primarily by credit bureaus, insurance companies, and private investigative enterprises. These groups, whose viability depends on collected data—on knowing whether making an “investment” in a person is worthwhile—propelled […]

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Under an Apocalyptic Administration, Imagining Queer Futures

The current moment feels bleak. It’s hard to avoid the trauma that comes from even the daily headlines and media updates. ‘Civic’ decisions made by those in office and bombastic statements that are soaked in bloodlust, patriarchy, white supremacy, and general apathy. People relegated to the margins of society, femme’s, immigrants, working and non-working people […]

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