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    Open Internet

    Panelists talked about the concept of “open Internet,” also know as “net neutrality,” and whether the Internet is a public utility. "Open Internet" refers to…

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    Book Discussion on What Stays in Vegas

    Adam Tanner talked about his book, What Stays in Vegas: The World of Personal Data-Lifeblood of Big Business-and the End of Privacy as We Know It, in which he discusses the collection and…

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    Online Activity in the Workplace

    Panelists talked about issues arising from online activity in the workplace, including employee privacy, legitimate business interests, and legal restrictions that can limit employer…

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    Social Media and Employment

    Panelists spoke about the privacy, social and policy implications that arise when employers use social media and other publicly available electronic information to gather personal data of…

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    Targeted Killings Overseas

    Jeh Johnson presented arguments for and against the need for a court to oversee the Obama administration’s policy of targeted killings of American terrorist suspects abroad. “A…

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    National Security, Panel 3

    Fordham Law School in New York City held a day-long conference focusing on the balance between government secrecy, transparency and public access to information. Panelists analyzed the…

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    National Security, Panel 2

    Fordham Law School in New York City held a day-long conference focusing on the balance between government secrecy, transparency and public access to information. Panelists analyzed the…

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    National Security, Panel 1

    Fordham Law School in New York City held a day-long conference focusing on the balance between government secrecy, transparency and public access to information. Panelists analyzed the…

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    Presidential Succession

    Former Senator Birch Bayh spoke about the U.S. Constitution, history and evolution of presidential succession, the drafting and ratification of the 25th Amendment, and ways in which…

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    Adequacy of Current Presidential Succession Law

    Scholars spoke about rule of presidential succession outlined in the 25th Amendment. Among the topics they addressed were potential problems in the line of succession envisioned by the…

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    25th Amendment and Presidential Disability

    Panelists talked about the succession of presidential power in the event of the president’s incapacitation or disability. Among the topics they addressed were past instances of…

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    Fordham University Stein Prize

    Judge Tjoflat received the 21st Stein award from the Fordham School of Law for his work promoting the advancement of justice. After remarks by retired Justice White, Judge Tjoflat…

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