Examining the use of tracking devices in a variety of settings and across jurisdictions.
This unique and innovative cross-disciplinary network has been established to examine the use of tracking devices (non-removable wearable devices that enable location monitoring or tracking of wearers by third parties) in a variety of settings and across jurisdictions including criminal justice, immigration, mental health, dementia, terrorism and children’s services.
The Arts and Humanities Research Council funded network brings together for the first time academics, policy-makers, designers and practitioners from different domains to explore the ethical, legal, social and technical issues arising from the current and future use of wearable tagging and tracking devices.
The network hosted four events during 2016 and 2017 which were open to all.
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on May 29th, 2019