On 1 September 2014, APC launched the Feminist Principles of the Internet at the Sexual Rights Pre-Event of the 2014 Internet Governance Forum in Istanbul, Turkey. Read the media release here. There is also a video of Bishakha Datta of Point of View (India) at the 2014 IGF on the relevance of the FPI.
The second Imagine a Feminist Internet meeting took place in Malaysia on 22-24 July 2015, as a continuation of the space opened in 2014, where over 50 participants from women’s rights, sexual rights and internet rights organisations discussed and explored intersections of gender, sexuality and technology. For this meeting, APC outlined key questions for exploration. Meeting participant Dhyta Caturani also compiled a video titled 'Imagine a Feminist Internet: Reflections on freedom of expression and misogynistic online content'.
In April 2014, APC held a global meeting on gender, sexuality and the internet in Malaysia to explore and develop the collective understanding of what a feminist internet looks like. One of the goals of the meeting was to find, within a sex-positive queer framework, an agreement on core feminist principles for a transformative internet, in order to develop a set of evolving Feminist Principles of the Internet.