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In the second instalment of a two-part series exploring the implications of Covid-19 for digital rights and data ethics, MSc Health and International Development alumna Elise Racine focuses on the potential impact of emerging tech solutions for vulnerable populations.


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London School of Economics Department of International Development

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COVID-19, Surveillance, Contact Tracing, Technological Innovation, Health Securitization, Infectious Disease Ethics, Pandemic-related Technology, Vulnerable Populations, Privacy