Why is the debate on biometrics and surveillance important now?

What’s so dangerous about biometrics’ collecting and surveillance?

Stephanie Hare, Author of Technology Ethics, suggests that George Orwell’s vision of a dystopian future might be closer to reality than we think.

Stephanie spoke at teisslondon2020 about why the debate on biometrics and surveillance is more important now than ever and points out how our human rights are at risk.



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