I love to research and share what I find through writing, radio and television.
Recently I've been exploring the growing use of biometrics.
That’s part of a wider focus on how technology companies and governments are figuring out privacy, civil liberties and data protection.
This stems from my training as an historian, for which I interviewed Maurice Papon, a civil servant convicted of crimes against humanity in 1998 for his role in France's persecution of Jews during the Second World War -- but never brought to account for his role in France's persecution of Muslims during the Algerian War of Independence.
And then there's research that's seriously fun.
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