Wed, 04 May 2022, 18:30 (GMT)
As part of the 'What we need to do next' event series
The UK has a rightful reputation as a surveillance state. New surveillance technologies, such as facial recognition and police drones, are already a reality across much of the UK. The British state uses these vast resources to harvest data on its targets to control manipulate and divide communities and, with the Prevent strategy, the Spycops inquiry, union blacklistings and countless other scandals have consistently shown that the British state will not stop in it’s to assert the state’s power over student movements, activists, environmentalists, racialised minorities. How can we resist this slide into authoritarianism?
In this event, the speakers will answer:
This event is co-sponsored by Network for Police Monitoring (Netpol) and there will also be an Q&A section at the end.
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