(Un)voiced Consent: Voice Print Usage in U.S. Prisons – by Maria Gargiulo

In prisons across the U.S., incarcerated people are being asked to make a strange decision – repeat a series of predetermined words and phrases to an automated voice on a prison phone or lose their phone access in part or in whole. Inmates facing this decision are offered little, if any, information about why they … Continue reading (Un)voiced Consent: Voice Print Usage in U.S. Prisons – by Maria Gargiulo