Living on the margins

The months of lockdown and the pandemic continue to form a part of a blurry scary past. Haunting images of those harrowing times are imprinted in our collective consciousness: images of food lying on the tracks on which a family died, of police and authority spraying pesticides over a group of people during a mass exodus, workers desperately trying to get home in inhumanely crowded buses, trains, bicycles, and even on foot.

Mountain to climb

In the tumultuous landscape of legal adjudication, the Supreme Court’s persistent battle against mounting caseloads is noteworthy.

Losing trust

Tucker iterates, is a critical issue as public opinion can ultimately sway technology policy, either by increasing demand for new innovations and support of public-private relationships on one hand, or by calling for increased regulation and oversight on the other.