Mapping the Impact of Data Fusion on Freedom, Security, and Human Rights

20 Feb 2024 • 57 min • EN
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Today, communities are experiencing the effects of the widespread adoption by law enforcement of data fusion technology: automated software for correlating and fusing surveillance data from a growing web of sources. Though this technology has received scant attention compared to other novel forms of surveillance, its civil liberties implications are grave. This virtual panel discussion explores the impact of data fusion and examines critical ethical questions around its development and use. This panel was moderated by Carnegie Council Senior Fellow Arthur Holland Michel and featured an exclusive unveiling of a new educational tool to map the effects of data fusion. This tool can be accessed at The transcript and full video of this panel discussion can be found at:  

From "Carnegie Council Podcasts"

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