CDT Report – ‘Smart-Enough Cities’: Governments That Seek Mobility Data Must Respect Individual Privacy. Published on June 25, 2020, authored by Mana Azarmi & Noah Resnick.

Report – Smart-Enough Cities: Governments That Seek Mobility Data Must Respect Individual Privacy

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Webinar Speakers from CDT's June 18, 2020 conversation on "Navigating Student Privacy and EdTech Amidst COVID-19," including Elizabeth Laird, Erin Mote, and Marcia Bohannon

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