This episode of The Privacy Advisor Podcast features Khiara Bridges, who's a law professor at Boston University's School of Law. Bridges is about to publish her second book, "The Poverty of Privacy Rights." In this podcast, she discusses the ways in which race and class change the amount of privacy individuals can expect. Based on 18 months of research she did at a lower-Manhattan hospital studying the experiences of pregnant women applying for Medicaid, Bridges says, "Poor people just don't have the ability to avoid state interrogation, involvement, and surveillance."
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