The Internet’s distinct configuration may have made cyberattacks easy to launch, but it has also kindled the flame of freedom.
Leadership is about encouraging women to break their silence and tell their stories to the world.
I grew up with injustice and could do nothing about it. But once in America, I had freedom of choice.
What leads us astray is confusing more choices with more control. Because it is not clear that the more choices you have the more in control you feel. We have more choices than we’ve ever had before.
Technologically, the Internet works thanks to loose but trusted connections among its many constituent parts, with easy entry and exit for new ISPs or new forms of expanding access.
Choosing is a creative process, one through which we construct our environment, our lives, ourselves.
TV broadcasting is owned, in the sense that governments around the world have asserted power over the airwaves that permeate their territories, deciding who can use what bandwidth and why – and those with licenses then, with exceptions determined by regulators, decide what to broadcast.
Knowledge should be a public good, and I want my ideas to have as much exposure as possible.
As women, we must speak out, speak up, say no to our inheritance of loss and yes to a future of women-led dialogue about women’s rights and value.
Being a leader for me is about having the courage to speak the truth, and live the truth, despite attempts to silence our thoughts, feelings, and past experiences.