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    Privacy and National Security Panel

    Panelists talked about the tensions between civil liberties and national security. They focused on the Fourth Amendment and the Third Party Doctrine. The Third Party Doctrine, a…

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    Balancing Security and Liberty

    Former Governor Jim Gilmore (R-VA) and Charlie Kirk participated in a debate on the issue of national security and privacy. Jim Gilmore said that we were at war with terrorists and the…

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    Riley v. California Commentary, Part 2

    Mike Doyle talked about the outcome and long-term effects of the case Riley v. California, a U.S. Supreme Court case about whether police must obtain a search warrant before looking at data…

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    Riley v. California Commentary, Part 1

    Mike Doyle gave background of the case Riley v. California, a U.S. Supreme Court case about whether police must obtain a search warrant before looking at data on a cell phone after a person…

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    Communicators with Representatives Lofgren and Shimkus

    Representatives Zoe Lofgren (D-CA) and John Shimkus (R-IL) talked separately by video link from the U.S. Capitol about telecommunications and technology legislation they sponsored and…

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    Internet Privacy and National Security Agency Surveillance

    Representative Ted Poe (R-TX) and other digital privacy advocates talked about federal privacy laws. Representative Poe co-sponsored legislation that would reform the Electronic…

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    Supreme Court Ruling on Cell Phone Privacy

    Thomson Reuters correspondent Lawrence Hurley spoke by phone about the Supreme Court decision in Riley v. California to protect cell phone privacy.

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    Cybersecurity Threats

    Chris Inglis talked about cybersecurity, and recommended defense and transparency practices for the public, private, and government sectors. He also responded to questions about the…

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    Robotic Surveillance and the Law

    Kevin Bankston and Amie Stepanovich presented their paper about the use of robots to analyze mass communications, related privacy issues, and legal and policy perspectives on this type of…

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    Book Party for Privacy in the Age of Big Data

    Theresa Payton and Theodore Claypoole, the co-authors of Privacy in the Age of Big Data, spoke at a book party held at the Capitol Hill Club in Washington, DC. The book is about the…

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    Location Privacy Protection

    Witnesses testified on legislation that would outlaw location tacking applications that secretly track the location of consumers' smartphones and other devices. Senator Al…

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    Book Discussion on No Place to Hide

    Glenn Greenwald talked about his book, No Place to Hide: Edward Snowden, the NSA, and the U.S. Surveillance State, in which he discusses his meetings with National Security Agency (NSA)…

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    Munk Debate on State Surveillance

    Panelists debated the topic of government surveillance. Former CIA and NSA director Michael Hayden and Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz argued in favor of the resolution,…

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    House Debate on National Security Agency Phone Records

    Members of the House debated the USA Freedom Act (H.R. 3361). The bill would end the bulk collection of Americans' communications records and reform intelligence-gathering programs operated…

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    House Vote on National Security Agency Data Collection Programs

    House Judiciary Committee Chair Bob Goodlatte (R-VA) and several members of the committee spoke to reporters after House votes on the USA FREEDOM Act (H.R. 3361). The bill would end the…

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    Senator Rand Paul on Barron Judicial Nomination

    Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) spoke on the Senate floor against the nomination of David Barron to be a judge for the First Circuit Court. Senator Paul talked about his concerns with…

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    Book Discussion on No Place to Hide

    Glenn Greenwald talked about his book, No Place to Hide: Edward Snowden, the NSA, and the U.S. Surveillance State, in which he chronicles his meeting in Hong Kong with Edward Snowden,…

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    U.S. v. Wurie Oral Argument

    The U.S. Supreme Court heard oral argument in U.S. v Wurie. The issue before the Court was whether police must obtain a search warrant before looking at data on a cell phone after a person…

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    Riley v. California Oral Argument

    The U.S. Supreme Court heard oral argument in Riley v. California. The issue before the Court was whether police must obtain a search warrant before looking at data on a cell phone after a…

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    NSA: The Lengths of America's Security

    Peter Jasperse, Antonia Torfs-Leibman, and Madeleine Hutchins' The NSA: The Lengths of America’s Security was the middle school first prize-winner in C-SPAN Classroom’s…

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