Lizzie is a lawyer, writer, and broadcaster. Her commentary is featured regularly on national television programs and radio, and she is usually talking about law, digital technology, corporate responsibility, or human rights. In print, her writing has appeared in the New York Times, Guardian, and Sydney Morning Herald, among others. Lizzie is a founder and board member of Digital Rights Watch, which advocates for human rights online. She also sits on the board of the National Justice Project, Blueprint for Free Speech and the Alliance for Gambling Reform. She has worked on numerous public interest cases as a lawyer, representing activists, refugees, reproductive right advocates, and Aboriginal people fighting for their rights. In 2019, she was recognised as an Access Now Human Rights Hero in 2019.
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- What Ada Lovelace, Tom Paine, and the Paris Commune Can Teach Us About Digital Technology
- By: Lizzie O'Shea
- Narrated by: Cat Gould
- Length: 11 hrs and 48 mins
In engaging, sparkling prose, O'Shea shows us how very human our understanding of technology is, and how when we draw on the resources of the past, we can see the potential for struggle, for liberation, for art, and poetry in our technological present.....
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