The Crime Report Previews Paper on Police Surveillance Technology by Professors Joh and Joo

A June 1 article in The Crime Report previews a forthcoming paper on police surveillance technology by Professors Elizabeth Joh and Thomas Joo.

The article, headlined “Police and the ‘Venus Flytrap’ of Tech Monopolies,” notes that their paper, “The Harms of Police Surveillance Technology Monopolies," will appear in the Denver Law Review Forum. Read the story.

Professor Joh's scholarship focuses on criminal procedure and policing, with a special emphasis on DNA evidence, undercover policing, and new surveillance technologies. She is the recipient of King Hall’s 2017 Distinguished Teaching Award.

Professor Joo, Martin Luther King Jr. Professor at UC Davis School of Law, specializes in the areas of corporate governance and race and the law.

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