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KEY RESOURCES

Get out of Harm’s Way – Digital Harms Dictionary

A deep dive into online harms and what you can do about them.

GoodTech.wiki

An online reference for B-s and Me-s interested in learning about respectful technology companies, products and services.

WEBINARS

Rebuilding Respectful Relationships in the Digital Realm

Our reliance on digital technologies has never been greater. At the same time, the relationships we have with digital products and services are increasingly complex and multi-dimensional while our legal protections lag behind and put us at risk. Find out what policymakers should do in order to address these vulnerabilities and help us rebuild respectful digital relationships.

Me2B Research: Consumer Views on Respectful Technology

What do healthy digital relationships look like? In the first in a series of webinars on Consumer Views on Respectful Technology, Noreen Whysel will present findings from interviews with digital technology consumers. View Webinar

Me2B 101: An Ethical Foundation for Respectful Technology

Join us to learn the essentials about the Me2B paradigm shift which will shape tomorrow’s technology marketplace. View Webinar

Notification & Consent Through a Me2B Lens: Improving Data Privacy with a Mutual Agency Approach

The current global wave of privacy regulations is affecting the lives of many millions of online individuals, as well as the daily practices of cybersecurity and privacy professionals. View Webinar

CCPA Through a Me2B Lens

The CCPA – which takes effect on January 1, 2020 – is the first comprehensive consumer privacy law enacted in the United States. It creates new obligations for businesses and new rights for consumers. View Webinar

REPORTS/PUBLICATIONS

Spotlight Report #1: Me2BA Product Testing Report – School Mobile Apps Student Data Sharing Behavior

The Me2B Alliance Product Testing team audited a random sample of 73 apps from 38 schools in 14 states across the U.S., covering over half a million people (students, their families, educators, etc.). The audit methodology mainly consisted of examining data flow from the apps to external third-party vendors by examining SDKs included in the apps.

Customer—Supplier Engagement Framework Explained

The Evolving Dance Between Customers and Suppliers

PRESENTATIONS

A Legal Framework for Private Agreements in Digital Relationships

IBO Summit 2020 – Building a Justice Layer for the Internet

Toward a More Ethical Digital World

How to Think and Talk About Life in the Digital World

Bi-monthly Meeting Presentations