In this edition of Fast Forward: Life After Covid-19, we discuss the future of surveillance, from contact tracing coronavirus to tracking protesters. Albert Fox Cahn, Executive Director Surveillance Technology Oversight Project, Inc. at The Urban Justice Center and Joy Buolamwini Founder of the Algorithmic Justice League sit down with Cheddar to discuss the racial bias found in much of today's AI facial recognition softwares and the danger that comes when police use it to track protesters. Nora and JD break down the tech being developed to track people globally and why giving up private data for public health can be a slippery slope. Finally, Ashley Gorski, Staff Attorney at the ACLU National Security Project joins Cheddar to discuss the rights of protesters and government plans for future surveillance in America.