- Sep 2020
Lewandowsky, Stephan, Simon Dennis, Amy Perfors, Yoshihisa Kashima, Joshua White, Paul Michael Garrett, Daniel R. Little, and Muhsin Yesilada. ‘Public Acceptance of Privacy-Encroaching Policies to Address the COVID-19 Pandemic in the United Kingdom’. Preprint. PsyArXiv, 4 September 2020. https://doi.org/10.31234/osf.io/njwmp.
- privacy-encroaching policy
- tracking technology
- opt-out clause
- social distancing
- immunity passport
- widespread acceptance
- co-location tracking
- health agencies
- public acceptance
- United Kingdom
- time limited
- Aug 2020
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- Apr 2020
Having said all that, I think this is completely absurd that I have to write an entire article justifying the release of this data out of fear of prosecution or legal harassment. I had wanted to write an article about the data itself but I will have to do that later because I had to write this lame thing trying to convince the FBI not to raid me.
I could have released this data anonymously like everyone else does but why should I have to? I clearly have no criminal intent here. It is beyond all reason that any researcher, student, or journalist have to be afraid of law enforcement agencies that are supposed to be protecting us instead of trying to find ways to use the laws against us.
- fear of prosecution/legal harassment
- intent to commit/facilitate a crime
- good intentions
- researcher rights
- laws/law enforcement agencies are supposed to be protecting us
- a government for the people?
- don't turn innocent people into criminals (through bad laws)
- journalist rights
- chilling effect
- May 2018
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- Oct 2017
pedagogy is always political because it is connected to the acquisition of agency
On agency as pedagogy's politics.