Wednesday, March 14
King Hall, room 1301
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM
Over four years ago, the disclosures by Edward Snowden set off a global debate over the scale of government surveillance. Many countries, it became clear, were engaged in widespread collection of data, without transparency or meaningful controls. Where do things stand now? Has the protection of privacy advanced or lost ground in the face of national security demands and evolving technology?
Jim Dempsey has been a leading expert on privacy and Internet policy for three decades. Jim is the executive director of the Berkeley Center for Law & Technology.
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