Privacy in the New Normal: The Implications of Covid-19 Tracking and Tracing Technologies on Privacy and Cybersecurity

Christine, Debora, Thinyane, Mamello and Un, Christy, "Privacy in the New Normal: The Implications of Covid-19 Tracking and Tracing Technologies on Privacy and Cybersecurity" in Moving Technology Ethics at the Forefront of Society, Organisations and Governments ed. Jorge Pelegrín Borondo, Mario Arias Oliva, Kiyoshi Murata and Ana María Lara Palma (Logroño: Universidad de La Rioja, 2021), 399-412.

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  • Author Christine, Debora
    Thinyane, Mamello
    Un, Christy
    Book Editor Jorge Pelegrín Borondo
    Mario Arias Oliva
    Kiyoshi Murata
    Ana María Lara Palma
    Chapter Title Privacy in the New Normal: The Implications of Covid-19 Tracking and Tracing Technologies on Privacy and Cybersecurity
    Book Title Moving Technology Ethics at the Forefront of Society, Organisations and Governments
    Publication Date 2021
    Place of Publication Logroño
    Publisher Universidad de La Rioja
    Start page 399
    End page 412
    Language eng
    Abstract This article positions the deployment of tracking and tracing technologies as a continuation of the pattern of securitized response to the COVID-19 pandemic. It unpacks the privacy concerns in the collection, processing, and use of COVID-19 data vis-à-vis the different forms of privacy breaches. Further, it proceeds to highlight the compatibility and tensions between values central to cybersecurity practices to provide a nuanced understanding of the implications of tracking and tracing technologies on privacy and cybersecurity. In doing so, it seeks to contribute to evaluating the narratives of privacy and cybersecurity in relations to pandemic securitization and providing more nuances to the privacy-security debate.
    Copyright Holder The Authors
    Copyright Year 2021
    Copyright type Creative commons
    ISBN 9788409286720
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