FORENSIC SCIENCE & CRIMINAL DEFENSE INVESTIGATIONS SEMINAR "SIMPLIFYING SCIENCE II"
9/8/16 @ 8:45am: Opening Plenary: Domestic Surveillance Technology
Jennifer Lynch, Senior Staff Attorney, Electronic Frontier Foundation
This session will explore the latest technology on cell site location information and cell phone tracking tools including Stingrays; biometrics to include facial recognition; iris scans and DNA; predictive algorithms and predictive policing.
9/9/16 @ 1:45pm:
Session II: Investigating Cop Surveillance Tech: Understanding How it Works and What to Look For
Stephanie J. Lacambra, Criminal Defense Staff Attorney, Electronic Frontier Foundation
A nuts and bolts review of surveillance devices that mass-compile data, including automated license plate recognition (ALPRs), biometric databases, cell site location information gathering devices (like Stingrays), malware, and predictive policing algorithms, and what to do about them.