1 Information in this article about Wadeye, the museum, and the digitization efforts comes from L. Ormond-Parker, M. Langton, M. S. Huebner, J. Coleman, C. Pearson, R. Slogget, R. Nordlinger, K. Smith, and K. Clarke, “When Magnets Collide: Digital Preservation and Access of At-Risk Audiovisual Archives in a Remote Aboriginal Community,” Melbourne Networked Society Institute, University of Melbourne, Research Paper 1-2016, 2015.
2 Note there are alternative systems, such as mesh networks and personal cloud servers, that technologically sophisticated organizations and individuals can access. These levels are indicated in the chart on page 44 by way of choices about operators, rather than in terms of protocols and standards, in order to be relevant to the greatest number of readers.
3 The European Union General Data Protection Regulation, adopted in 2016 and taking effect in May 2018, subjects nonprofits to a broad set of data regulations.
4 Zara Rahman, “Ties That Bind: Organisational Security for Civil Society,” prepared by The Engine Room for the Ford Foundation, March 2018.
5 Nadia Eghbal, “Roads and Bridges: The Unseen Labor Behind Our Digital Infrastructure,” the Ford Foundation, July 14, 2016.
6 Sean McDonald, “Frontline and the Missing Middle Mile,” Opensource.com, March 18, 2015.