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It’s been almost a year and a half since our inaugural Issue 1: Smart Cities closed with a postscript written by privacy activist Malavika Jayaram titled “Privacy Is Not an Elitist Concern”. Since then, the world has turned upside down, and more than ever, data privacy has inevitably (and perhaps even justifiably) been sacrificed in the name of survival and health. No one, it seems, can now mount a cogent argument against contact tracing and total digital surveillance in the face of a deadly disease. Since the global situation has so dramatically created an overwhelming urgency around these issues, the so-far editorial team felt it was best to reprise Issue 1 with a second postscript on creating fairer algorithmic systems, this time presented by curator Caterina Riva."
It’s been almost a year and a half since our inaugural Issue 1: Smart Cities closed with a postscript written by privacy activist Malavika Jayaram titled “Privacy Is Not an Elitist Concern”. Since then, the world has turned upside down, and more than ever, data privacy has inevitably (and perhaps even justifiably) been sacrificed in the name of survival and health. No one, it seems, can now mount a cogent argument against contact tracing and total digital surveillance in the face of a deadly disease. Since the global situation has so dramatically created an overwhelming urgency around these issues, the so-far editorial team felt it was best to reprise Issue 1 with a second postscript on creating fairer algorithmic systems, this time presented by curator Caterina Riva."
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