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- Online abuse: ‘It’s so common it’s almost banal’
Tag Archives: online activism
Meet Gilad 2.0 was a campaign I created and managed as Director of the Community Internet Engagement Project. The campaign ran for 4 months in 2011 and provided a platform for participation by 34 partner organizations from around the world. … Continue reading
The BDS Cookbook provides resources and plans of action to students wanting to combat the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement. The site is a collaboration by a group of academics and students concerned about the misrepresentations made by the BDS … Continue reading
This talk was delivered as the keynote at the annual general meeting of the Pittsburgh branch of the Zionist Organization of America. It included discussion about problems in Google Earth which myself, the ZOA and the JIDF had all been … Continue reading
Andre Oboler, Wiki-Warfare: Battle for the on-line encyclopedia, Jerusalem Post, May. 13, 2008 The Web site Electronic Intifada is running an exclusive report entitled “A pro-Israel group’s plan to rewrite history on Wikipedia.” It “exposes,” with much hype, a Google … Continue reading
This presentation looked at a concrete approach to online activism. This included background briefings on potential threats followed simulations of campaign building.
This presentation at a Legacy Heritage Conference in Amsterdam examined both Palestinian and Zionist online advocacy. We discussed what was being done, what worked, and what didn’t. Finally we discussed some scenarios and how people might respond. Advice on running … Continue reading
A presentation to AUJS winter camp on Internet advocacy and online threats. The presentation included a run down of some of the non-internet threats faced by Jewish students in the UK, and comparison with some of the issues faced on … Continue reading