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  • emTorres v Madridem Oral Argument
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    Torres v. Madrid Oral Argument

    The Supreme Court heard oral argument in Torres v. Madrid, a case concerning the the Fourth Amendment and illegal seizure of a person. Roxanne Torres was driving under the influence of…

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  • Federal Surveillance and Civil Rights
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    Federal Surveillance and Civil Rights

    American University lecturer Aaron Bell taught a class about privacy laws and federal surveillance of civil rights leaders. He described the mid-20th century creation of the Counter…

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  • Supreme Court Landmark Case emKatz v United Statesem
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    Supreme Court Landmark Case Katz v. United States

    Law professors Jeffrey Rosen and Jamil Jaffer talked about the 1967 Supreme Court case Katz v. United States, which concerned Charles Katz, a bookie recorded by the FBI transmitting illegal bets from a…

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  • Supreme Court Landmark Case emMapp v Ohioem
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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…

    28,377 views
  • emHernandez v Mesaem Oral Argument
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    Hernandez v. Mesa Oral Argument

    The Supreme Court heard oral argument in Hernandez v. Mesa, a case regarding constitutional protections beyond U.S. boundaries and whether the parents of a Mexican national can sue a border patrol…

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  • Communicators at the State of the Net Conference Part 2
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    Communicators at the "State of the Net" Conference, Part 2

    Sujit Raman, Justice Department associate deputy attorney general, and former FBI General Counsel James Baker spoke with “The Communicators” while attending the annual “State of the Net”…

    488 views
  • Facial Recognition Technology
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    Facial Recognition Technology

    A government official and artificial intelligence experts testified at a hearing on private sector use of facial recognition technology and the potential privacy and security implications…

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  • Government Surveillance and Privacy Conference Part 3
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    Government Surveillance and Privacy Conference, Part 3

    The Cato Institute hosted a day-long conference on government surveillance and privacy issues. This portion included a series of remarks by experts covering various topics, such as the…

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  • Government Surveillance and Privacy Conference Part 4
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    Government Surveillance and Privacy Conference, Part 4

    The Cato Institute hosted a day-long conference on government surveillance and privacy issues. This portion included a discussion with members from the Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight…

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  • Government Surveillance and Privacy Conference Part 2
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    Government Surveillance and Privacy Conference, Part 2

    The Cato Institute hosted a day-long conference on government surveillance and privacy issues. This portion included a panel discussion analyzing the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act…

    156 views
  • USA Freedom Act Reauthorization
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    USA Freedom Act Reauthorization

    The Senate Judiciary Committee held a hearing on reauthorizing the USA Freedom Act, which bans the bulk collection of private records. Among the witnesses testifying were officials from the FBI,…

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  • emKansas v Gloverem Oral Argument
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    Kansas v. Glover Oral Argument

    The Supreme Court heard oral argument in Kansas v. Glover, a case concerning police traffic stops and the Fourth Amendment protection against unlawful stops and searches. A Kansas sheriff’s deputy on routine patrol saw a…

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  • emMitchell v Wisconsinem Oral Argument
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    Mitchell v. Wisconsin Oral Argument

    The Supreme Court heard oral argument in Mitchell v. Wisconsin, a case concerning Wisconsin’s implied consent law allowing police to obtain a blood draw from an unconscious driver without consent…

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  • USA Freedom Act
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    USA Freedom Act

    The Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board hosted a public forum to discuss the USA Freedom Act, a modified extension of the Patriot Act, which was due to expire at the end of 2019 if…

    535 views
  • Washington Journal Drew Harwell Discusses Facial Recognition Technology
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    Drew Harwell on Facial Recognition Technology

    Drew Harwell talked about how lawmakers were addressing privacy and civil rights concerns caused by facial recognition technology.

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  • Washington Journal Jules Polonetsky Discussess Internet Data Collection  Privacy
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    Washington Journal: Jules Polonetsky

    Future of Privacy Forum’s Jules Polonetsky talked about the issue of internet data collection and privacy.

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  • Cell Phone Data Law Enforcement and Privacy Part 2
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    Cell Phone Data, Law Enforcement and Privacy, Part 2

    The Center on Privacy and Technology at the Georgetown University Law Center held a discussion on location privacy and cell phones, following the Supreme Court ruling in Carpenter v. United…

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  • Cell Phone Data Law Enforcement and Privacy Part 1
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    Cell Phone Data, Law Enforcement and Privacy, Part 1

    The Center on Privacy and Technology at the Georgetown University Law Center held a discussion on location privacy and cell phones, following the Supreme Court ruling in Carpenter v. United…

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  • Washington Journal Ashley Gold Discusses SCOTUS Ruling on Cell Phone Privacy
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    Ashley Gold on Supreme Court Ruling of Cell Phone Privacy

    Politico Pro technology reporter Ashley Hold discussed the Supreme Court’s ruling on June 22, 2018, in the Carpenter v. United States case, which determined law enforcement must get a…

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  • Washington Journal News Headlines and Viewer Calls
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    Open Phones, Part 1

    Telephone lines and social media were open to take viewer calls and comments to the Supreme Court’s ruling on June 22, 2018, in the Carpenter v. United States case, which determined law…

    525 views
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