Data Trail 2.0 is a response to the current universal debate about the centralised and decentralised models for Covid-19 digital tracking, days before the UK government releases their version of a tracking app that could expose its users to mass surveillance. Data Trail 2.0 focuses on how data collected by digital tracking should be handled. The project prompts thestakeholders of digital tracking to become aware of the consequences for privacy, and to create and use privacy-by-design tools. Raising individual awareness may help prevent a surveillance-state response to the pandemic. Through a series of questions collected from various digital tracking solutions around the world, the audience of Data Trail 2.0 is asked to provide a variety of sensitive personal information which is then virtually exposed, requiring the audience to actively decide the safest way to protect their data. Please visit www.datatrail.me

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