The Present And Future Of Surveillance

May 7, 2021

In this episode of WORT Radio's "A Public Affair," Carnegie Council Senior Fellow Arthur Holland Michel expands on his Wired article about data fusion and the future of surveillance. “We are being watched in some way or another, 24/7, wherever we are," he says.

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