As countries scramble to respond to the pandemic, many have turned to surveillance in the name of public health. But when does tracking people’s movements go too far?
David Jones had several hours to kill at the Kuala Lumpur airport en route back to Melbourne, so he camped out in a lounge chair and watched as installers set up heat-detecting cameras nearby.
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