Accessible, User-Friendly, and Secure Online Spaces

How should Canadian Quakers respond to concerns about online surveillance and data security?

Sometimes the technology that is more secure is more difficult to use, or familiar to fewer people. When that happens, how do we attend to the needs of all to participate fully in our community? How could CYM’s Publications and Communications committee support Friends in making our online interactions more accessible, more user-friendly, and safer for everyone? We’d like to hear from you about any of these topics.






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On at least two occasions, I have…
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I commonly use a…
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