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New Book Chapter: Biodegradable Data

It's been a long time coming, but my first co-authored book chapter is available for order!

The book, Digital (In)Justice in the Smart City, is now available on the University of Toronto Press website. It's awesome to see the full range of chapters included, and I can't wait to dive into everyone else's work.

A special thank you to my good friend and co-author, Zachary Spicer, who let me get pretty experimental with the theory in this one. Our chapter looks at the different timescales of data, and the difficult balance between visibility and privacy that qualifies the continued incorporation of data into public service delivery - all through the lens of Derrida's 'biodegradability.'

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