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    Email Privacy

    Alisha Green talked about email privacy and the congressional debate over the degree to which law enforcement officials should be allowed to access electronic communications.

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    Email Privacy Act

    Government officials and a representative from Google testified at a hearing on the Email Privacy Act, which would require the federal government to provide a warrant when asking companies…

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    Supreme Court Landmark Case Mapp v. Ohio

    Professors Carolyn Long and Renee Hutchins talked about the 1961 U.S. Supreme Court case Mapp v. Ohio, in which the court applied, via a 5-4 decision, Fourth Amendment protection against…

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    Government Surveillance Versus Privacy

    Kristan Stoddart spoke at Westminster College’s annual Hancock Symposium, which in 2015 focused on security versus liberty. He talked about the confidential documents leaked by…

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    Digital Privacy

    Panelists talked about digital privacy issues, including the European Court Court of Justice’s ruling that the U.S.-European Union Safe Harbor agreement is invalid as part of a suit…

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    National Security Law and Privacy

    Professor Laura Donohue spoke at a conference on balancing individual freedoms with national security. Her remarks focused on the Fourth Amendment, national security, and privacy.

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    Electronic Privacy Reform

    Government and technology official testified at a hearing on updating the 30-year-old Electronic Communications Privacy Act (ECPA). A new bill would require search warrants based on…

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    Congress and the PATRIOT Act

    Tim Mak talked about several key provisions of the PATRIOT Act, which were set to expire in June 2015, as well as arguments for and against over renewing them. The act was passed in…

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    Panel Discussion on Privacy Rights

    Jim Dwyer, author of More Awesome Than Money: Four Boys, Three Years, and a Chronicle of Ideals and Ambition in Silicon Valley; Amitai Etzioni, author of The New Normal: Finding a Balance…

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    Open Phones with Robert Scheer

    Robert Scheer, author of They Know Everything About You: How Data-Collecting Corporations and Snooping Government Agencies Are Destroying Democracy, talked about his book and responded to…

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    Fourth Amendment and Technology, Panel 3

    Panelists talked about how the state of digital technology and government surveillance has outpaced privacy protection laws, including the Fourth Amendment. Speakers include…

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    Fourth Amendment and Technology, Luncheon Speaker

    Joseph Nacchio spoke about government and law enforcement use of surveillance and data collecting technologies and what it means for Americans' constitutional rights. In 2007,…

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    Fourth Amendment and Technology, Panel 2

    Legal analysts talked about government surveillance and data gathering technologies in the digital age. They also discussed the roles of Congress, courts, and the administration in…

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    Fourth Amendment and Technology, Panel 1

    Legal analysts talked about government surveillance and data gathering technologies and argued they were outpacing laws intended to regulate them. “New Developments in Surveillance…

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    City of Los Angeles v. Patel Oral Argument

    The U.S. Supreme Court heard oral argument in the case City of Los Angeles v. Patel, which questions whether a Los Angeles city ordinance requiring hoteliers to reveal guest registries to…

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    Privacy and Security

    Andrew Napolitano, General Michael Hayden (Retired), and Lou Dobbs talked about privacy and security. They spoke at the 2015 Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) hosted by…

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    Rodriguez v. United States Oral Argument

    The Supreme Court heard oral argument in Rodriguez v. United States. The case addressed whether a police officer’s decision to extend a completed traffic stop to allow time to use a…

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    President Obama Remarks on Consumer Protection and Privacy

    President Obama spoke about cyber threats, identity theft, and consumer privacy. In announcing new protective measures, the president said, “If we’re goign to be connected,…

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    Surveillance Oversight

    Panelists talked about the process and challenges of overseeing federal surveillance operations. Panelists included the general counsel for the Director of National Intelligence (DNI)…

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    Limiting Surveillance

    Panelists gave their perspectives for curtailing government surveillance practices. Among the topics covered were FBI Director James Comey’s problems with advances in encryption…

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