At the Border of Europe's Surveillance State

Written by Nicole Chi on Are We Europe.

“[E]ven if not lawless, historically, borders have been vulnerable places for human rights—particularly the right to privacy—as border guards extend government intrusion into our private lives with the authority of upholding national security. Now, data collection and artificial intelligence are threatening to turn borders into an underregulated free-for-all.”

Read ‘At the Border of Europe's Surveillance State’ on the Are We Europe site.

Tagged with: privacy, surveillance, discrimination.