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    Privacy in Modern America

    Historians talked about the history of people’s rights to privacy and explore the tensions between privacy, freedom of the press, convenience, and national security. They also discussed how…

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    County of Los Angeles v. Mendez Oral Argument

    The Supreme Court heard oral argument in County of Los Angeles v. Mendez, which involves the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeal’s “provocation rule.” The rule holds that police officers who use force not…

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    Director Comey Remarks at Intelligence and National Security Alliance Dinner

    FBI Director James Comey spoke at a dinner held in his honor by the Intelligence and National Security Alliance. He outlined the FBI’s strategy priorities and the ongoing tension between…

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    Jennifer Mathis on Workplace Wellness Programs and Privacy

    Jennifer Mathis talked about a proposal to allow employers greater access to their employees' medical and genetic records and allow them to penalize those who do not participate in…

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    Hernandez v. Mesa Oral Argument

    Reuters' Supreme Court correspondent Lawrence Hurley reviewed the previous day’s Supreme Court oral argument in Hernandez v. Mesa, which concerns the shooting death of a Mexican teenager,…

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    Wikimedia Foundation v. National Security Agency Oral Argument

    The Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals in Richmond, Virginia, heard oral argument in Wikimedia Foundation v. National Security Agency, a case challenging the National Security Agency’s (NSA) mass interception…

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    Privacy and Government Surveillance, Part 2

    Panelists debated limitations of cyber hacking powers by the FBI and other law enforcement agencies. Recent rule changes to the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure allow federal agents to search…

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    USA v. Randy Johnson

    The Seventh Circuit Court reviewed a three-judge panel’s ruling that police can legally detain and search a person whose car is parked illegally. The dissenting judge in the 2-1 decision said the court was enabling…

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    Manuel v. City of Joliet Oral Argument

    The U.S. Supreme Court heard oral argument in Manuel v. City of Joliet, Illinois, on whether the defendant, who was arrested for drug possession and held for two months based on falsified…

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    Government Surveillance

    Panelists talked about improving government surveillance. The discussion focused on how to protect the civil liberties of private U.S. citizens without sacrificing national security.

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    U.S. v. Shaquille Robinson Oral Argument

    The Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals in Richmond, Virginia, heard oral argument on police stop and frisk policies. A West Virginia police department received an anonymous tip that a black…

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    Utah v. Strieff Oral Argument

    The Supreme Court heard oral argument in Utah v. Strieff, docket number 14-1373, a case questioning whether incriminating evidence can be used against a defendant if it was discovered in the course of…

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    Birchfield v. North Dakota Oral Argument

    The Supreme Court heard oral argument in Birchfield v. North Dakota, docket 14-1468. The case concerns whether, in the absence of a warrant, a state may make it illegal for a driver to refuse to take a…

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    U.S. v. Mohamed Mohamud Oral Argument

    The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals heard oral argument in U.S. v. Mohamed Mohamud, a case challenging the National Security Agency (NSA) warrantless surveillance program. Mohamed Mohamud is a Somali-American…

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    Gun Control Policy and Privacy Laws

    Former Representative Ron Paul (R-TX) spoke about gun policy, privacy laws, and the 2016 presidential campaign. He spoke via video link from Houston, Texas.

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    Lieutenant General Lew Allen Church Committee Testimony

    On October 29, 1975, National Security Agency (NSA) director Lieutenant General Lew Allen testified for the first time in public before the Senate Select Committee to Study Governmental Operations with…

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    Lieutenant General Lew Allen Church Committee Hearing

    National Security Agency (NSA) director Lieutenant General Lew Allen testified for the first time in public before the Senate Select Committee to Study Governmental Operations with Respect to…

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    Federal Communications Commission Privacy Rules

    Federal Communications Commission Chair Thomas Wheeler testified at a hearing on the FCC’s proposed privacy rules for internet service providers. Chair Wheeler defended the proposed rules,…

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    Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, National Security and Privacy

    The Senate Judiciary Committee held a hearing on the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) Amendments Act, which was up for reauthorization in 2017. Former national security and…

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    Government Surveillance and Privacy Concerns

    Constitutional attorneys Nadine Strossen and David Rivkin debated the privacy concerns of government surveillance, as well as surveillance carried out by businesses. “Balancing Privacy and…

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