Surveillance and Human Rights: The Impacts of Evolving Surveillance Technology

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Source: Ashoka US

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With the goal of ending discriminatory surveillance, the Surveillance Technology Oversight Project (S.T.O.P.) challenges individual misconduct and broader systemic failures. S.T.O.P. creates policies that balance new technologies and age-old rights while educating communities on how they can protect those rights.

S.T.O.P.’s work highlights the discriminatory impact of surveillance on Muslim Americans, immigrants, the LGBTQ+ community, indigenous peoples, and communities of color with a particular focus on the trauma of anti-Black policing.

Join us for an hour to delve into S.T.O.P.’s vision on ending discriminatory surveillance, how the skills and knowledge of lawyers can increase the impact of S.T.O.P.’s work, civil rights concerns in surveillance and privacy, and much more.