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Nudes and N00dz

presented by Jillian C York, Addie Wagenknecht

What we’re talk­ing about today is how social media, and specif­i­cal­ly Facebook because we’ve found that they have the strictest poli­cies around this top­ic, how these social media com­pa­nies cen­sor art, and specif­i­cal­ly nude art. We believe that nude art is an impor­tant part of our cul­ture, an impor­tant part of our his­to­ry, and an impor­tant part of our present.

The Courage of Compassion: Transforming Your Experience With Criticism

presented by Heather Armstrong

People will ask me, How do you deal with this feed­back? Does it hurt you?” And my response is yes, it does. Because if it didn’t hurt me, then I think I would lose the capac­i­ty that I have to write sto­ries that con­nect with peo­ple. If I become immune to the hurt and to the pain, then I can’t write some­thing that moves some­one.

Lost in the Web – How to Navigate the Legal Maze and Protect Free Speech Online

presented by Nani Jansen

We all know that a lot of speech is mov­ing online these days, either by choice because it’s a cheap and acces­si­ble way of pub­lish­ing, or by neces­si­ty. At the same time we see an increase in attempts to con­trol free speech online, in what should actu­al­ly be a space in which infor­ma­tion can flow freely.

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