Privacy and the Pandemic: How to Defend Democracy During a Time of Surveillance?
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Responding to the COVID19 pandemic requires the collection, use and disclosure of personal information. As we consider the privacy and security risks involved with the treatment of this personal information, do people need to set aside their privacy and civil liberties in order for life to resume life as normal?

Listen to a conversation featuring Ben Scott, Executive Director of Reset.Tech, Dawn Nakagawa, Executive VP of the Berggruen Institute, and Co-Director of the Future of Democracy program, Adrian Abecassis, Fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government and Co-founder of the Frontiers of Tech Governance Initiative. Hosted by Matt Browne, Senior Fellow at the Centre for American Progress, and Founder of Global Progress

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