The COVID-19 pandemic has brought huge changes to humanity's way/s of life, with no country completely untouched by disruption. However, in this disruption, I see many themes which evidence continuity with pre-existing problem, inequalities, and (negative) tendencies in digitisation, ultimately contributing to a less just digital world. There are a few aspects of the COVID-19 response which demonstrate glimmers of hope for a better world, including a digital one, being possible. But my fear is that these will remain marginal and instead hegemonic power will be consolidated even more in the context of this state of emergency. I hope I am proved wrong.
|Title of host publication||Data Justice and COVID-19|
|Subtitle of host publication||global perspectives|
|Editors||Linnet Taylor, Gargi Sharma, Aaron Martin, Shazade Jameson|
|Publisher||London Meatspace Press 2020|
|Number of pages||8|
|Publication status||Published - 31 Aug 2020|