From Evan Selinger, LA Review of Books: “Since future pandemics will undoubtedly occur, it is essential that we establish trustworthy institutions to conduct public health surveillance. Hopefully Lyon’s insights will help shape the hard conversations that lie ahead…By integrating some of the core insights from privacy theory, data justice, and care ethics, he creates a novel conceptual toolkit that’s a solid theoretical starting point for critically analyzing pandemic surveillance.”

From LSE Review of Books: “This is a timely contribution that highlights the global amplification of surveillance in the pandemic age and recognises its likely long-term consequences.”