As the COVID-19 epidemic grips the world, new questions arise about the use of surveillance to combat the disease—and the implications for privacy. Join the Stigler Center for a conversation with The Markup’s editor-in-chief Julia Angwin and University of Chicago Law professor Lior Strahilevitz, moderated by The Intercept’s editor-in-chief Betsy Reed, on the COVID-19 epidemic and what the future may hold for surveillance and privacy.
**At this trying time, there is an especially high demand for reliable and trustworthy information. To address this demand by Booth students, alumni, faculty, and the University and greater community, the Stigler Center has developed the Political Economy of COVID-19 Series of online programming to explore the global economic and political implications of COVID-19 with leading academics and experts.**