Privacy and Safety in the Digital Age: Location Tracking and Fourth Amendment Concerns

March 6, 2012 - 11:45am
New York, NY

EFF Technology Projects Director Peter Eckerlsley joins a panel discussion regarding

*Location Tracking and Fourth Amendment Concerns*

  * *Bob Barr*, CEO, Liberty Strategies, LLC; former Member of Congress,
    (R-GA); former U.S. Attorney
  * *Peter Eckersley*, Technology Projects Director, Electronic Frontier
    Foundation
  * *Jeffrey Rosen*, Professor of Law, The George Washington University;
    Legal Affairs Editor, /The New Republic/, co-author of /Constitution
    3.0: Freedom and Technological Change/
  * *Jason Weinstein*, Deputy Assistant Attorney General, Criminal
    Division, U.S. Department of Justice
  * *Sharon Bradford Franklin (moderator)*, Senior Counsel, The
    Constitution Project

Tuesday, March 6, 2012 from 11:45a.m.-1:30p.m.

A light lunch will be served.

WHERE:

The Interchurch Center

475 Riverside Drive

New York, NY 10115

*RSVP: *The Constitution Project

rsvp@constitutionproject.org <mailto:rsvp@constitutionproject.org>

202.580.6924

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