Communicators with Catherine Crump
Catherine Crump talked about police use of technology for surveillance purposes. The ACLU recently issued a study that found police… read more
Catherine Crump talked about police use of technology for surveillance purposes. The ACLU recently issued a study that found police had quickly made cell-phone location tracking a widely used means of surveillance. Guest Catherine Crump and telephone guest Dennis Kenney talked about why and how police use the technology, and whether current laws adequately covered police use of technological advances. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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- Crump, Catherine Staff Attorney American Civil Liberties Union->Speech, Privacy, and Technology Project
- Kenney, Dennis Professor John Jay College of Criminal Justice
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