Don’t Call Me Resilient

EP 10: Being Watched: How surveillance amplifies racist policing and threatens the right to protest

Episode Notes

Many of us know our personal data is being collected online and used against us – to get us to buy certain things or vote a certain way.  But for marginalized communities, the collection of data and photos has much bigger implications. Vinita is joined by two researchers who are calling for new protections for the most vulnerable populations. Yuan Stevens is the Policy Lead in the Technology, Cybersecurity and Democracy Programme at the Ryerson Leadership Lab and Wendy Hui Kyong Chun is professor and Canada 150 Research Chair in new media at Simon Fraser University.

Show notes:
https://theconversation.com/being-watched-how-surveillance-amplifies-racist-policing-and-threatens-the-right-to-protest-dont-call-me-resilient-ep-10-167522

Transcript:
https://theconversation.com/being-watched-how-surveillance-amplifies-racist-policing-and-threatens-the-right-to-protest-dont-call-me-resilient-ep-10-transcript-167523

Related article: Intense police surveillance for Indigenous land defenders contrasts with a laissez-faire stance for anti-vax protesters
https://theconversation.com/intense-police-surveillance-for-indigenous-land-defenders-contrasts-with-a-laissez-faire-stance-for-anti-vax-protesters-169589

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Promo at beginning of episode:
Telling Our Twisted Histories, CBC Podcasts:
https://www.cbc.ca/listen/cbc-podcasts/906-telling-our-twisted-histories