Technology, Privacy and Law Enforcement
Panelists debated law enforcement access to secured customer data. They focused on the 2016 Apple-FBI encryption dispute over whether technology… read more
Panelists debated law enforcement access to secured customer data. They focused on the 2016 Apple-FBI encryption dispute over whether technology companies should be required to help the government execute search warrants to access customer data. Panelists included former George W. Bush administration members, Deputy Assistant Attorney General John Yoo who authored memos concerning the use of “enhanced interrogation techniques,” and former Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff. close
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Stewart A. Baker Assistant Secretary (Former) Department of Homeland Security->Office of Policy
Michael Chertoff Secretary (Former) Department of Homeland Security
Catherine Crump Assistant Professor University of California, Berkeley->School of Law
John Donvan Correspondent ABC Television->"Nightline"
John C. Yoo Deputy Assistant Atty. General (Former) Department of Justice->Office of Legal Counsel
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