Open Integrity Initiative: How software practices impacts real

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Session Description

"With renewed energy and resources, iilab’s Open Integrity team will be convening a conversation about impact of software engineering practices on real people. It will be a space to make sure that as many perspectives and lessons from the field are shared and discussed. These lessons will help define the new version of the Open Integrity criteria holding the claims we can assess and check about software practices. The goal is to create a trusted evidence base to help activists, human rights defenders, journalists and really any concerned citizen navigate the jungle of tools and platforms out there."

Open Integrity Initiative: How software practices impacts real people
Presenter/s Jun Matsushita
Organization iilab (
Bio/s Jun Matsushita is the director and founder of iilab, information innovation lab based in Berlin. iilab researches, designs and develops public interest technology projects.
Language English

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