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The American Constitution Society, the Federalist Society, and the Institute for Information Law and Policy are pleased to bring the NYLS community together for a discussion of personal privacy in an age of invasive technology. Professor Nadine Strossen will discuss constitutional law issues pertaining to the NSA’s warrantless surveillance programs, and what these programs mean for us, our communities, and the future of government power. Professor Ari Waldman will discuss how digital technology, including cell phones, GPS, and the Internet, are giving law enforcement surveillance power over our daily lives, how the judiciary should respond, and any obstacles in the way of justice.
New York Law School, "TECH TALKS: PRIVACY, SURVEILLANCE, AND NEW TECHNOLOGY" (2015). Institute for Information Law and Policy at NYLS (Event Posters). 111.