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Following a year of research and fieldwork, the inaugural class of EthicalGEO Fellows have presented the results of their projects at the intersection of ethics and geospatial technology.
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Leading the conversation on the ethical impacts of geospatial technology and location tracking during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond, in partnership with the Henry Luce Foundation.
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Our new #EthicalGEO blog is up 🌐! 'Google Pays Nearly $392 Million Settlement in Location-Tracking Case' Google was tracking users despite location tracking being turned off. What do you think of the settlement? Click to read more: https://t.co/Y27UVCdIrVRead More
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