Thursday, April 30, 2020

Lawyer Petra Molnar, acting director of the Faculty's International Human Rights Program, says her experiences in immigration law raise questions about the use of technology to monitor people’s movements.

“As countries and states think about ways to help manage the pandemic, data has become more valuable to people. But data is not neutral,” said Molnar in a livestreamed YouTube lecture on the ethics of COVID-19 surveillance, hosted by U of T's Centre for Ethics and part of the Ethics of COVID-19 series

Later, she added: “Unless all of us are healthy, including marginalized communities, no one is.”

Read the full article at Law Times