|Name||Digital Privacy, Surveillance, Security in the Pandemic Age: Implications for Public Policy|
|Day / Time||M/W 11:40am – 2:00pm (Online)|
|Session 1||May 26th – July 20th|
The legitimate use of personal data during the pandemic can result in more effective public health policies such as contact tracing and containment initiatives. However, mission creep and opaque collaborations between governments and private sector companies can result in unlawful targeting and unnecessary surveillance as was witnessed after 9/11. Will we use the “pandemic as a portal” to envision a new future?