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Clinical instructor at the Cyberlaw Clinic Kendra Albert discusses how an internet that is safe for sex workers is an internet that is safer for everyone.

"But I also think to Blunt's point about the sort of social like realities of these technologies. Encryption is not gonna teach you who to trust...and often I think the more valuable thing to learn from communities where folks have faced really significant adversaries, whether, you know, those are criminalized or whether they're folks who are just under a really continuous threat. The technology can help with that, but it's also a skillset that's built by being in conversation with folks who have spent a lot of time and energy thinking about how this stuff works."

Listen in on the Electronic Frontier Foundation.

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