Rethinking Norms of Surveillance After COVID-19
March 2, 2021 | Grantee Publications | Technology in the Public Interest
image title

In a report on surveillance during the pandemic, the Social Science Research Council examines the lasting surveillance apparatuses established to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 and identifies strategies for more responsible technology use. Expanded surveillance has created new norms that increasingly target vulnerable groups and cause harm especially when they are used to manage and enforce behavior. In its analysis, the MacArthur-supported report presents strategies to rethink the use of surveillance, including building more trust and transparency between communities and authorities and working toward more data minimalism.

Stay Informed
Sign up for periodic news updates and event invitations.

Connect with us on social media or view all of our social media content in one place.

The privacy of your data is important to us. We've updated our privacy policies in response to General Data Protection Regulation.