Join CDT for a conversation on how monitoring software affects the healthcare decisions of students across the country
Date: Tuesday, December 13, 2022
Time: 1-2 pm ET
In light of the Dobbs decision, increased attention has been paid to how student activity monitoring may, intentionally or unintentionally, collect and share information regarding reproductive health. Not only are there concerns that these systems infringe upon students’ privacy, but also fears this technology can be used to report students seeking assistance to the authorities.
What can be done to protect students and their wellbeing? Cody Venzke and Jake Laperruque of CDT, along with Alejandra Caraballo of Harvard Law School’s Cyberlaw Clinic, will discuss how decision-makers can uphold support students as they meet their reproductive healthcare needs. We hope that you will participate in this timely conversation.
You can watch the recorded livestream of the event on CDT’s YouTube page: https://youtu.be/sD7qOjWJ0lc
Questions: We will be accepting questions for speakers before and during the discussion. You can submit them via email at [email protected] or via Twitter at #cdtquestions and @CenDemTech. For those joining via computer, you will be able to share your questions by using the chat.
Accessibility: If you have access needs or questions, please contact [email protected] in advance of the event.