This Sunday, I want to share with you a podcast episode of excerpts from a Personal Data Day Summit 2020 panel of authors in our forthcoming book Ethics of Personal Data Collection in International Relations: Inclusionism in The Time of COVID-19 on Anthem Press. This episode is moderated by series co-editor Colette Mazzucelli of New York University and introducing our book co-editor University of Georgia Prof Emeritus C. Ann Hollifield. We’re going to address the following.
-Christian Rossi, Colette Mazzucelli, and David Unger, Rome versus the Regions: Government in Italy during the Novel Coronavirus Pandemic
-Jasmine Lee, Taiwan’s Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Social Constructivist Analysis of Identity Differentiation with the People’s Republic of China
-Viola Prisca Roggia, Personal Data Collection to Perpetuate Modern Slavery through the Correctional System: A Comparative Study of China and the US.
-Jakub Kibitlewski, Data to the People? Surveillance Capitalism and the Need for a Legal Reconceptualization of Personal Data Beyond the Notion of Privacy
-Charles Martin-Shields and Ziad Al-Achkar, Data in the Context of Human Subjects: Universities as Sites of Data Collection
-Andrea Adams, Ethical Considerations for App-mediated Research of Different Classifications of Data
-Suzanne Goodney Lea and Elsa Marie D’Silva, Safecity: Data Collection to Promote Gender Rights as Human Rights
-John Reilly and Lynne Chandler Garcia, Personal Data Collection Ethics in the Context of the Enhanced Access Acknowledge Act (EAAA) Sexual Assault Reduction Program at the United States Air Force Academy (USAFA)
-Thynn Thynn Hlaing and Nicole Scartozzi, Personal Data Collection in the Context of the Ebola Outbreak in Sierre Leone