Privacy, Security, and Power:  The State of Digital Surveillance

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Event Description

Rick Borden will moderate a panel on "Surveilling the Future" for the Connecticut Law Review's annual symposium. Speakers from academic, industrial, government, and military backgrounds will begin by discussing the Apple v. FBI case, the legal arguments that arose as a result, and issues that were not adequately raised. The panelists will also address the ethics and disparate social and economic impacts of surveillance and encryption. The symposium will conclude by focusing on emerging technologies and shifting regimes that experts anticipate for the near future.

Additional details about the symposium, registration information, and the complete schedule can be accessed on the event website.

Speakers

Richard M. Borden

Robinson+Cole, Counsel

LOCATION

University of Connecticut School of Law, Reading Room William F. Starr Hall, 45 Elizabeth Street, Hartford, CT 06105-2290

START TIME

01/27/2017 8:30 AM