The New Zealand Office of the Privacy Commissioner invited members of the ANU Justice and Technoscience Lab to speak about our collaborative research, including our recent work on how anti-violence apps reveal deep entanglements of data capital and racial inequality.
As part of Privacy Week 2022, we organized a panel, Where Privacy Meets Power: Questions of Data and Racial Inequality. It brought together experts from different fields to discuss concerns of privacy and power as they arise at the intersections of data and racial inequality. It showcased our research conducted on practices related to climate finance, criminal justice, gender violence responses and humanitarianism in Australasia, the Middle East, North America and the Pacific.
Speakers from RegNet’s Justice and Technoscience Lab included:
- Kirsty Anantharajah, PhD Candidate
- Jenna Imad Harb, PhD Candidate
- Kate Henne, Professor and Director
- Kanika Samuels-Wortley, Visiting Fellow
- Renee Shelby, Visiting Fellow