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<img class="img-fluid p-3" height="auto" src="{{ '/static/images/privchat/privchat.svg' }}" /> <h1 class="display-2 text-primary">PrivChat</h1>
<p class="text-primary p-3"> a conversation about tech, human rights, <br/>and internet freedom brought to you by the Tor Project</p>
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<div class="container pb-3 mt-5 preamble">
<p>
PrivChat is a fundraising event series held to raise donations for the Tor Project. Through PrivChat, we will bring you important information related to what is happening in tech, human rights, and internet freedom by convening experts for a chat with our community.
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<p class="h2 text-primary" target="_blank">Chapter #1 - Online Privacy in 2020: Activism & COVID-19</p>
<a class="btn btn-small bg-primary text-light my-4" href="https://youtu.be/gSyDvG4Z308" target="_blank"><i class="mr-2 pt-1 fas fa-play-circle-png"></i> {{ _("Watch") }} </a>
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When the COVID-19 pandemic hit most countries around the world, many governments looked for technology to trace the spread of the virus in order to fight the pandemic. Contact tracing practices and technologies raised many questions about privacy, particularly: is it possible to trace the virus while respecting people's privacy?
Now amidst the uprising in the U.S. against systemic racism, followed by protests all around the world, the central question about contact tracing, privacy, and surveillance becomes critical. Can the technology used for tracking the virus be used to track protesters? Will it be?
For our first ever PrivChat, the Tor Project is bringing you three amazing guests to chat with us about privacy in this context.
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<img class="card-img-top" src="{{ '/static/images/privchat/roger.png' }}" alt="Roger Dingledine">
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<h4 class="display-4 text-primary">{{ _('Roger Dingledine') }}</h4>
<p class="text-tpo">Roger Dingledine is president and co-founder of the Tor Project, a nonprofit that develops free and open source software to protect people from tracking, censorship, and surveillance online.<br/> Wearing one hat, Roger works with journalists and activists on many continents to help them understand and defend against the threats they face. Wearing another, he is a lead researcher in the online anonymity field, coordinating and mentoring academic researchers working on Tor-related topics. Since 2002 he has helped organize the yearly international Privacy Enhancing Technologies Symposium (PETS).<br/> Among his achievements, Roger was chosen by the MIT Technology Review as one of its top 35 innovators under 35, he co-authored the Tor design paper that won the Usenix Security "Test of Time" award, and he has been recognized by Foreign Policy magazine as one of its top 100 global thinkers.</p>
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<img class="card-img-top" src="{{ '/static/images/privchat/carmela.png' }}" alt="Carmela Troncoso">
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<h4 class="display-4 text-primary">{{ _('Carmela Troncoso') }}</h4>
<p class="text-tpo">Carmela Troncoso is an Assistant Professor at EPFL (Switzerland) where she heads the SPRING Lab. She holds a Master's degree in Telecommunication Engineering from the University of Vigo (2006) and a Ph.D. in Engineering from the KU Leuven (2011). Before arriving to EPFL she was a Faculty member at the IMDEA Software Institute (Spain) for 2 years; the Security and Privacy Technical Lead at Gradiant working closely with industry to deliver secure and privacy friendly solutions to the market for 4 years; and a pos-doctoral researcher at the COSIC Group.<br/> Carmela's research focuses on security and privacy. Her thesis “Design and Analysis methods for Privacy Technologies” received the European Research Consortium for Informatics and Mathematics Security and Trust Management Best Ph.D. Thesis Award; and her work on Privacy Engineering received the CNIL-INRIA Privacy Protection Award 2017. She regularly publishes in the most prestigious venues in Security (e.g. ACM Conference on Computer Security or USENIX Security Symposium) and Privacy (Privacy Enhancing Technologies).</p>
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<img class="card-img-top" src="{{ '/static/images/privchat/dkg.png' }}" alt="Daniel Kahn Gillmor">
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<h4 class="display-4 text-primary">{{ _('Daniel Kahn Gillmor') }}</h4>
<p class="text-tpo">Daniel Kahn Gillmor is a Senior Staff Technologist for ACLU’s Speech, Privacy, and Technology Project, focused on the way our technical infrastructure shapes society and impacts civil liberties.<br/> As a free software developer and member of the Debian project, he contributes to fundamental tools that shape the possibilities of our information-rich environment.<br/> As a participant in the IETF he fosters the creation of new generations of networking and cryptographic protocols designed and optimized for privacy and security. He is an anti-surveillance advocate for privacy, justice, free speech, and data sovereignty. Daniel is a graduate of Brown University’s computer science program.</p>
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<img class="card-img-top" src="{{ '/static/images/privchat/matt.png' }}" alt="Matt Mitchell">
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<h4 class="display-4 text-primary">{{ _('Matt Mitchell ') }}</h4>
<p class="text-tpo">Matt Mitchell is a hacker and Tech Fellow at The Ford Foundation. Matt is working with the BUILD and Technology and Society teams at Ford Foundation to develop digital security strategy, technical assistance offerings, and safety and security measures for the foundation’s grantee partners. <br/> Committed to using his digital skills — as hacker, developer, operational security trainer, security researcher, and data journalist — for good, Matt has worked in various capacities at the intersection of technology and social justice. Formerly the Director of Digital Safety & Privacy for Tactical Tech (also known as the Tactical Technology Collective). Matt worked leading security training efforts, curricula, and organizational security for Tactical Tech in their mission to raise awareness about privacy, provide tools for digital security, and mobilize people to turn information into action.<br/>
Matt is a well known security researcher, operational security trainer, and data journalist who founded & leads <a href="ttps://twitter.com/cryptoHarlem" title="CryptoHarlem" target="_blank">CryptoHarlem</a>, impromptu workshops teaching basic cryptography tools to the predominately African American community in upper Manhattan.</p>
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<h1><i class="fas fa-hand-holding-usd px-5 text-light"></i></h1>
<h3 class="preamble text-light text-center mx-auto">Your donations make this series and our work at Tor possible. <br/> The best way to support our work is to <a class="text-success" href="https://donate.torproject.org/monthly-giving" target="_blank">become a monthly donor.</a></h3>
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<img class="img-fluid p-3" height="auto" src="{{ '/static/images/privchat/privchat.svg' }}" /> <h1 class="display-2 text-primary">PrivChat</h1>
<p class="text-primary p-3"> a conversation about tech, human rights, <br/>and internet freedom brought to you by the Tor Project</p>
</div>
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<div class="container pb-3 mt-5 preamble">
<p>
PrivChat is a fundraising event series held to raise donations for the Tor Project. Through PrivChat, we will bring you important information related to what is happening in tech, human rights, and internet freedom by convening experts for a chat with our community.
</p>
<hr class="mt-5"/>
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<div class="container py-3 mt-5">
<p class="h2 text-primary" target="_blank">Chapter #2 - the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly of Censorship Circumvention</p>
<a class="btn btn-small bg-primary text-light my-4" href="https://youtu.be/aOOChyMCZH4" target="_blank"><i class="mr-2 pt-1 fas fa-play-circle-png"></i> {{ _("Watch") }} </a>
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Every year, internet censorship increases globally. From network level blocking to nation-wide internet blackouts, governments and private companies have powerful tools to restrict information and hault connection between people. Many people, groups, and organizations are doing innovative work to study, measure, and fight back against internet censorship--and they are helping millions of people connect more regularly and safely to the internet. Despite these successes, we're faced with well-funded adversaries that have billions of dollars to spend on censorship mechanisms, and the arms race is ongoing. The second edition of PrivChat with Tor will be about the Good, the Bad and the Ugly that is happening in the front lines of censorship circumvention. In a world where censorship technology is increasingly sophisticated and bought and sold between nations, so is our creativity to measure it and build tools to bypass it, as well as the willingness of people to fight back. But is it enough? What are the barriers facing the people and organizations fighting for internet freedom?
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<h4 class="display-4 text-primary">Cory Doctorow</h4>
<strong class="display-5 text-primary mb-4">Electronic Frontier Foundation, MIT</strong>
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<p class="text-tpo"><a href="https://craphound.com" target="_blank" title="Cory Doctorow">Cory Doctorow</a> is a science fiction author, activist, and journalist. He is the author of RADICALIZED and WALKAWAY, science fiction for adults, a YA graphic novel called IN REAL LIFE, the nonfiction business book INFORMATION DOESN’T WANT TO BE FREE, and young adult novels like HOMELAND, PIRATE CINEMA and LITTLE BROTHER. His latest book is POESY THE MONSTER SLAYER, a picture book for young readers. His next book is ATTACK SURFACE, an adult sequel to LITTLE BROTHER. He maintains a daily blog at Pluralistic.net. He works for the Electronic Frontier Foundation, is a MIT Media Lab Research Affiliate, is a Visiting Professor of Computer Science at Open University, a Visiting Professor of Practice at the University of North Carolina’s School of Library and Information Science and co-founded the UK Open Rights Group. Born in Toronto, Canada, he now lives in Los Angeles.</p>
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<h4 class="display-4 text-primary">Felicia Anthonio</h4>
<strong class="display-5 text-primary mb-4">Campaigner, #KeepItOn Lead at Access Now</strong>
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<p class="text-tpo">Felicia Anthonio works with Access Now as Campaigner for the #KeepItOn Campaign, a global campaign that fights against internet shutdowns. The #KeepItOn coalition is made up of over 210 organizations across the world. Before joining Access Now, she was a Programme Associate at the Media Foundation for West Africa (MFWA) where she coordinated the African Freedom of Expression Exchange (AFEX), a continental network of free expression organisations in Africa. Felicia led the AFEX’s campaigns and advocacy work on freedom of expression including the safety of journalists, access to information and internet freedoms and digital rights with particular focus on policy reforms that are inimical to the enjoyment of freedom of expression (offline and online). She is a 2019 Fellow of the African Internet Governance School (AfriSIG). She holds a Master’s Degree in Lettres, Langues et Affaires Internationales from l’ Université d’Orléans, France and holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in French and Psychology from the University of Ghana.
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<h4 class="display-4 text-primary">Vrinda Bhandari</h4>
<strong class="display-5 text-primary mb-4">Of Counsel - Litigation, Internet Freedom Foundation</strong>
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<p class="text-tpo">Vrinda Bhandari is a litigating lawyer in New Delhi, India, and specialises in the field of digital rights, technology, and privacy. She has been involved in litigation relating to the biometric identity project in India (Aadhaar), the contact tracing app developed by the government (Aarogya Setu), the restoration of internet in Jammu & Kashmir, and challenges to the constitutionality of the surveillance regime and the criminal defamation provision in India. Vrinda has also advised and represented clients in cases involving website blocking, defamation, and sedition. Vrinda is a Rhodes Scholar, who graduated from the University of Oxford with a Masters in Law (BCL) and a Masters in Public Policy (MPP), and received her undergraduate law degree from the National Law School of India University, Bangalore.
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<h4 class="display-4 text-primary">Cecylia Bocovich</h4>
<strong class="display-5 text-primary mb-4">Developer, The Tor Project</strong>
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<p class="text-tpo">Cecylia is a software developer at Tor Project where she focuses on developing tools to circumvent censorship and empowering all users to access the Tor network. She graduated from the University of Waterloo with a Ph.D. in Computer Science in 2018, and continues to participate in the Cryptography, Security, and Privacy (CrySP) Research Lab as a visiting researcher. As a graduate student, she researched censorship circumvention techniques that resist powerful machine-learning capable censors, as well as the usability of privacy tools. She currently serves as an advising director of Open Privacy, a non-profit organization working on the development of privacy technologies that empower communities and enable consent. She also helped initiate, organize, and currently serves as the chair of the artifact committee for the journal Proceedings on Privacy Enhancing Technologies (PoPETs), the goal of which is to support and promote the public distribution of source code and data sets for privacy research.</p>
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<h4 class="display-4 text-primary">Arturo Filastò</h4>
<strong class="display-5 text-primary mb-4">Project Lead & Engineer, OONI</strong>
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<p class="text-tpo">Arturo co-founded the Open Observatory of Network Interference (OONI) in 2011 and has since served as its Project Lead and core engineer. He previously worked with the Tor Project as a developer and created a number of other free software projects that promote human rights, such as GlobaLeaks. He also co-founded and served as the Vice-President of the Hermes Center for Digital Human Rights. Arturo studied Mathematics and Computer Science at Università di Roma “La Sapienza”.</p>
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<h3 class="preamble text-light text-center mx-auto">Your donations make this series and our work at Tor possible. <br/> The best way to support our work is to <a class="text-success" href="https://donate.torproject.org/monthly-giving" target="_blank">become a monthly donor.</a></h3>
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<p><span class="text-primary nick" style="font-size:18px;"><mark>August 28th ∙ 10:00 AM Pacific Time ∙ 17:00 UTC ∙ 13:00 Eastern Time ∙ <a href="https://youtu.be/aOOChyMCZH4" title="Tor Project You Tube Channel" target="_blank"><i class="fab fa-youtube"></i> @torproject YouTube channel</a></mark></span></p>
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<a class="btn btn-small bg-primary text-light my-4" href="https://youtu.be/aOOChyMCZH4" target="_blank"><i class="mr-2 pt-1 fas fa-thumbtack-png"></i> {{ _("Watch") }} </a></p>
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Every year, internet censorship increases globally. From network level blocking to nation-wide internet blackouts, governments and private companies have powerful tools to restrict information and hault connection between people. Many people, groups, and organizations are doing innovative work to study, measure, and fight back against internet censorship--and they are helping millions of people connect more regularly and safely to the internet. Despite these successes, we're faced with well-funded adversaries that have billions of dollars to spend on censorship mechanisms, and the arms race is ongoing. The second edition of PrivChat with Tor will be about the Good, the Bad and the Ugly that is happening in the front lines of censorship circumvention. In a world where censorship technology is increasingly sophisticated and bought and sold between nations, so is our creativity to measure it and build tools to bypass it, as well as the willingness of people to fight back. But is it enough? What are the barriers facing the people and organizations fighting for internet freedom?
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<h3 class="preamble text-light text-center mx-auto">Your donations make this series and our work at Tor possible. <br/> The best way to support our work is to <a class="text-success" href="https://donate.torproject.org/monthly-giving" target="_blank">become a monthly donor.</a></h3>
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<h4 class="display-4 text-primary">Cory Doctorow</h4>
<strong class="display-5 text-primary mb-4">Electronic Frontier Foundation, MIT</strong>
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<p class="text-tpo"><a href="https://craphound.com" target="_blank" title="Cory Doctorow">Cory Doctorow</a> is a science fiction author, activist, and journalist. He is the author of RADICALIZED and WALKAWAY, science fiction for adults, a YA graphic novel called IN REAL LIFE, the nonfiction business book INFORMATION DOESN’T WANT TO BE FREE, and young adult novels like HOMELAND, PIRATE CINEMA and LITTLE BROTHER. His latest book is POESY THE MONSTER SLAYER, a picture book for young readers. His next book is ATTACK SURFACE, an adult sequel to LITTLE BROTHER. He maintains a daily blog at Pluralistic.net. He works for the Electronic Frontier Foundation, is a MIT Media Lab Research Affiliate, is a Visiting Professor of Computer Science at Open University, a Visiting Professor of Practice at the University of North Carolina’s School of Library and Information Science and co-founded the UK Open Rights Group. Born in Toronto, Canada, he now lives in Los Angeles.</p>
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<h4>Editions</h4>
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<h4 class="display-4 text-primary">Felicia Anthonio</h4>
<strong class="display-5 text-primary mb-4">Campaigner, #KeepItOn Lead at Access Now</strong>
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<p class="text-tpo">Felicia Anthonio works with Access Now as Campaigner for the #KeepItOn Campaign, a global campaign that fights against internet shutdowns. The #KeepItOn coalition is made up of over 210 organizations across the world. Before joining Access Now, she was a Programme Associate at the Media Foundation for West Africa (MFWA) where she coordinated the African Freedom of Expression Exchange (AFEX), a continental network of free expression organisations in Africa. Felicia led the AFEX’s campaigns and advocacy work on freedom of expression including the safety of journalists, access to information and internet freedoms and digital rights with particular focus on policy reforms that are inimical to the enjoyment of freedom of expression (offline and online). She is a 2019 Fellow of the African Internet Governance School (AfriSIG). She holds a Master’s Degree in Lettres, Langues et Affaires Internationales from l’ Université d’Orléans, France and holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in French and Psychology from the University of Ghana.
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<h4 class="display-4 text-primary">Vrinda Bhandari</h4>
<strong class="display-5 text-primary mb-4">Of Counsel - Litigation, Internet Freedom Foundation</strong>
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<p class="text-tpo">Vrinda Bhandari is a litigating lawyer in New Delhi, India, and specialises in the field of digital rights, technology, and privacy. She has been involved in litigation relating to the biometric identity project in India (Aadhaar), the contact tracing app developed by the government (Aarogya Setu), the restoration of internet in Jammu & Kashmir, and challenges to the constitutionality of the surveillance regime and the criminal defamation provision in India. Vrinda has also advised and represented clients in cases involving website blocking, defamation, and sedition. Vrinda is a Rhodes Scholar, who graduated from the University of Oxford with a Masters in Law (BCL) and a Masters in Public Policy (MPP), and received her undergraduate law degree from the National Law School of India University, Bangalore.
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<h4 class="display-4 text-primary">Cecylia Bocovich</h4>
<strong class="display-5 text-primary mb-4">Developer, The Tor Project</strong>
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<p class="text-tpo">Cecylia is a software developer at Tor Project where she focuses on developing tools to circumvent censorship and empowering all users to access the Tor network. She graduated from the University of Waterloo with a Ph.D. in Computer Science in 2018, and continues to participate in the Cryptography, Security, and Privacy (CrySP) Research Lab as a visiting researcher. As a graduate student, she researched censorship circumvention techniques that resist powerful machine-learning capable censors, as well as the usability of privacy tools. She currently serves as an advising director of Open Privacy, a non-profit organization working on the development of privacy technologies that empower communities and enable consent. She also helped initiate, organize, and currently serves as the chair of the artifact committee for the journal Proceedings on Privacy Enhancing Technologies (PoPETs), the goal of which is to support and promote the public distribution of source code and data sets for privacy research.</p>
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<img class="card-img-top mb-5" src="{{ '/static/images/privchat/privchat2-cover.png' }}" alt="PrivChat with Tor">
<a class="h2 text-primary" href="chapter-2">Chapter #2 - the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly of Censorship Circumvention</a>
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<p><span class="text-primary nick"><mark>With Felicia Anthonio, Vrinda Bhandari, Cecylia Bocovich and Arturo Filastò. Hosted by Cory Doctorow.</mark></span></p>
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Every year, internet censorship increases globally. From network level blocking to nation-wide internet blackouts, governments and private companies have powerful tools to restrict information and hault connection between people. Many people, groups, and organizations are doing innovative work to study, measure, and fight back against internet censorship--and they are helping millions of people connect more regularly and safely to the internet. Despite these successes, we're faced with well-funded adversaries that have billions of dollars to spend on censorship mechanisms, and the arms race is ongoing. The second edition of PrivChat with Tor will be about the Good, the Bad and the Ugly that is happening in the front lines of censorship circumvention. In a world where censorship technology is increasingly sophisticated and bought and sold between nations, so is our creativity to measure it and build tools to bypass it, as well as the willingness of people to fight back. But is it enough? What are the barriers facing the people and organizations fighting for internet freedom?
</p>
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<h4 class="display-4 text-primary">Arturo Filastò</h4>
<strong class="display-5 text-primary mb-4">Project Lead & Engineer, OONI</strong>
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<p class="text-tpo">Arturo co-founded the Open Observatory of Network Interference (OONI) in 2011 and has since served as its Project Lead and core engineer. He previously worked with the Tor Project as a developer and created a number of other free software projects that promote human rights, such as GlobaLeaks. He also co-founded and served as the Vice-President of the Hermes Center for Digital Human Rights. Arturo studied Mathematics and Computer Science at Università di Roma “La Sapienza”.</p>
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<h3 class="preamble text-light text-center mx-auto">Your donations make this series and our work at Tor possible. <br/> The best way to support our work is to <a class="text-success" href="https://donate.torproject.org/monthly-giving" target="_blank">become a monthly donor.</a></h3>
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<h4>Past Editions</h4>
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<p class="h2 text-primary" target="_blank">Chapter #1 - Online Privacy in 2020: Activism & COVID-19</p>
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<p><span class="text-primary nick"><mark>With Carmela Troncoso, Daniel Kahn Gillmor and Matt Mitchell. Hosted by Roger Dingledine.</mark></span></p>
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When the COVID-19 pandemic hit most countries around the world, many governments looked for technology to trace the spread of the virus in order to fight the pandemic. Contact tracing practices and technologies raised many questions about privacy, particularly: is it possible to trace the virus while respecting people's privacy?
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