January 23, 2007 | By Derek Slater

Stanford Symposium, "Search and Seizure in the Digital Age," on January 26

On January 26th, Stanford Law School will host a symposium called "Beyond a Physical Conception of the Fourth Amendment: Search and Seizure in the Digital Age." Six experts will present papers on a variety of privacy and technology issues, including RFIDs and protections for private information stored online. EFF Staff Attorneys Kevin Bankston and Kurt Opsahl will be there, and you can find out more about attending here.


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