A Public Interest Tech Approach to Smart Cities
smart technologies, surveillance, data privacy
The U.S. lacks a comprehensive federal consumer data privacy law to regulate the acquisition and use of surveillance technologies. And although an increasing number of states including Washington, Utah, and Virginia have adopted strong privacy laws modeled on California’s pathbreaking statute, these laws generally exclude government data collection from the protections they create.
Ray, Brian, "A Public Interest Tech Approach to Smart Cities" (2023). Law Faculty Articles and Essays. 1253.