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HUMAN RIGHTS AND IOT: TRACKING VIOLATIONS AND IMPROVING PROTECTIONS
When you think of “human rights,” you might imagine loud protesters marching through city streets, demanding change, fists held high in solidarity. For the majority of human rights abuses, however, there is no street to march through and no clear path to reparations; in most cases, human rights violations go unpunished and unrepaired. Human rights practice involves aggregating rights violations, investigating their sources, and getting the right people to take action to prevent future abuses. Each step of the process can be difficult, tedious, and ambiguous. Technology can help. As technology becomes more powerful and more ubiquitous, there are more ways for it to harm and to protect people. Not only will tech be continually investigated as a source—or rather, platform—for human rights violations, it will also be employed as a way to track violations across the board. HANNAH SLOAN READ MORE