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Watch a Recording of our Human Rights Day Panel Discussion on Contact Tracing and the Right of Privacy

On December 10th, at 3pm EST, the Law Library of Congress held our annual Human Rights Day event. Each year, the Law Library of Congress commemorates Human Rights Day with a special program that promotes understanding and recognition of a critical social, economic, or cultural human rights issue. This year, Associate Professor at the University of Minnesota Law School Alan Rozenshtein, NASA Associate Chief Information Officer for Transformation and Data and Chief Data Officer Ronald Thompson, and Law Library of Congress Senior Foreign Law Specialist Jenny Gesley participated in a panel discussion on contact tracing and the right of privacy in the context of U.S. and foreign law. The discussion was moderated by Peter Roudik, Assistant Law Librarian of Congress for Legal Research.

You can watch a recording of this panel discussion here:

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