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BKC Faculty Associate Jasmine McNealy writes about the recognition of sonic privacy.

“Advances in data collection and processing have facilitated ultra- and infra-sonic machine-listening and learning. This requires the recognition of sonic privacy, protection for our “sonic data:” those representations or observations that define the characteristics of sound and its cognitive and emotive forces.”

Read more at Yale Journal of Law & Technology.

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