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Come join the authors in discussion with a top tech reporter, a privacy law practitioner, a constitutional rights scholar, and a privacy technologist as they tease apart the law and technology of cheap surveillance, from cellphone tracking to the NSA’s bulk surveillance programs, and consider how we might protect ourselves practically and legally when more and more invasive surveillance is possible for less and less money.
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Reporter, Wall Street Journal
Policy Director, New America’s Open Technology Insititute
Independent researcher & consultant specializing in consumer privacy & security
Orin S. Kerr
Fred C. Stevenson Research Professor, George Washington University Law School
Principal Technologist of the Privacy & Technology Project of the American Civil Liberties Union
Founder & Managing Partner, ZwillGen PLLC