Oluwakorede Asuni

Oluwakorede is the co-convener of dotCIVICS - as a vehicle to provide digital enablement for citizens to engage with government, the private sector and amongst themselves. He fancies himself a polymath and a self professed prisoner of conscience and social entrepreneur who continually seeks opportunities to give the under-served representation and access - Oluwakorede seeks to create bridges between the public, private and citizen sectors for the creation of long lasting and mutually beneficial value.

This tool tells you if NSO’s Pegasus spyware targeted your phone

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Why encryption is important: 10 facts to counter the myths

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Case study: Data responsibility and digital remote targeting during COVID-19

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Meet: Sara “Saartjie” Baartman

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[Report] Nigeria: Time to End Impunity

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