Democracy for the Arab World Now: "How You Are, or Are Not, Being Watched"

Nov 1, 2021

"Every month, there is a new surveillance device coming out that has a new way of watching, listening or tracking us." In an interview with Democracy for the Arab World Now (DAWN), Senior Fellow Arthur Holland Michel explains how surveillance technology ultimately will, "in many cases, be used upon the most vulnerable people in a population."

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