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  • Google Maps is being used to combat slavery
  • Google Maps is being used to combat slavery
    Well-Bred Kannan (2016) ©
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Google Maps is being used to combat slavery

Anti-slavery researchers are using Google Maps to track and disassemble modern slavery operations in India. By using ubiquitous surveillance to defend people's human rights, the project is working against negative perceptions of the tech industry’s impact on privacy.

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