A few months ago, I tweeted asking for syllabi or a reading list on digital rights — essentially, anything as it pertained to the rights of humans in a new, elusive arena. The tweet came from a need and an interest on my part to dive deeper into advocacy work for immigrants and people of colour as it pertains to their interactions with technology, surveillance, and data privacy. However, as I began looking for courses in my own graduate program, I found a dearth of resources. But, people on Twitter came through!

Below, I’ve made an absolutely not exhaustive list…

Aliya Bhatia

Torontonian from Bombay in Brooklyn. Digital rights, immigration, and the Census. Read me on aunties: https://medium.com/@digitaljusticelab/not-like-the-aunties

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