The map below illustrates a stark uneven geography of webpages associated with the transboundary e-waste issue. For example, only three such websites are hosted on the entire continent of Africa. What this means is that a typical user of Google.ca (the Canadian based version of the search engine) is very unlikely to come across representations of the transboundary e-waste problem originating in Africa, even when written in English. Despite the attention to locations such as Agbogbloshie in Accra, Ghana or the city of Lagos, Nigeria, no websites hosted in those countries appear in the corpus. The geographies illustrated here paint a very stark picture of who speaks for whom with respect to transboundary shipments of e-waste.