Community Conversation: Workplace Surveillance

1:00 pm March 3, 2021

Online
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“YOU MIGHT THINK, WELL, IF EVERYBODY IS BEING SURVEILLED, THEN IT’S GOING TO AFFECT EVERYONE EQUALLY. BUT THAT’S NOT REALLY THE CASE.”

— Ifeoma Ajunwa, tenured associate law professor, University of North Carolina School of Law

To kick off “Summit Gathering,” we are hosting a series of Community Conversations to dig deeper into the issues around inequality in tech discussed on the listening tour and generate ideas for change.

Join us on March 3rd from 1:00 – 1:45 pm ET for a chat about our recent conversation with Ifeoma Ajunwa. Together, we’ll explore the legal and ethical implications of workplace surveillance.

We’d like to include as many perspectives as possible in these conversations, while keeping the group small enough so everyone can share their thoughts. With our limited capacity, send a note to justdigital@hbs.edu if you’re interested in joining!

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