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Monday, June 17 • 12:15pm - 12:35pm
Stopping Harassment Through Design

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Brittan Heller was patient zero. As Jane Doe in one of the first anti-cyber harassment lawsuits, she learned how to stop trolls -- and has been helping the tech industry confront online abuse for over a decade. Come hear her describe the mechanics of digital targeting and learn how users, game designers, and AR/VR/XR content creators can create inclusive virtual environments.  

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Brittan Heller

Technology + Human Rights Fellow, Harvard Kennedy School
Brittan Heller works to make emerging tech more humane. She is one of the first technology and human rights fellows at Harvard's Carr Center, focusing on content and behavioral moderation in next-generation tech like gaming and AR/VR/XR. Heller is also a senior associate at CSIS's... Read More →

Monday June 17, 2019 12:15pm - 12:35pm EDT
Mainstage - Tishman Auditorium