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Hello, hacks and hackers! The Open Technology Fund is looking for fellows for its Digital Integrity Fellowship Program, which provides monthly stipends to individuals who can help address threats to freedom of expression online in communities and organizations.
Apply now for the @OpenTechFund Digital Integrity Fellowship Program! Deadline: July 15th. This digital security assistance-focused fellowship program can support individuals for twelve months. The monthly stipend is $5,000. https://t.co/M9gPFvQCok— InternetFF (@InternetFF) May 26, 2019
The fellowship program is open to international candidates, and the deadline to apply is July 15. You can find more specific info about the program here.
And a reminder that our monthly global call is this Wednesday. Please join in if you have any questions, announcements or just want to say hi!
Happening this week:
Worth a read:
- A new Pew study analyzing Facebook news photos found that they feature men far more than women in them, especially in news about the economy (Pew Research Center)
- Pyodide is a new experimental tool by Mozilla to be able to use Python and some of its data science packages within the browser (Mozilla)
- Despite all Facebook’s problems with fake news (and user privacy, among other things), billions of people continue to use it, and many don’t think fake news affects them like it does others (NiemanLab)
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