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20/SP-INFO-619-01: Digital Privacy and Security

The emergence of COVID19 has created a new host of circumstances that affect our very conception of digital rights. Global responses by both corporations and government bodies centering around virus tracking, work/social life online. digital speech, and information access have varied widely. This page intends to inform users of COVID19-specific considerations and digital hygiene best practices they can take, and provide resources conducive to researching digital rights (with an emphasis on exploitation opportunities that are arising, or may arise in the future).

Digital Safety

Digital Rights

“The future, eventually, will find you out. The future, wielding unimaginable tools of transparency, will have its way with you. In the end, you will be seen to have done that which you did.” — William Gibson, "Distrust That Particular Flavor"