LAA Fall Lecture: “You Are Here: Location Data, Tracking Technology, and Consumer Privacy Law”

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This year’s Law Alumni Association’s Annual Fall Lecture, which took place on November 10, 2011, debated how society should balance privacy interests with desirable uses of location data, provide an update on legislative efforts to regulate commercial use of location data, and report on the November 8 Supreme Court argument in United States v. Jones, which asks whether the Fourth Amendment constrains location surveillance.

Moderator:
Professor Katherine Strandburg

Panelists:
Justin Brookman ’98
Director, Center for Democracy and Technology’s Project on Consumer Privacy

Valerie Caproni
Deputy General Counsel, Northrop Grumman
Former General Counsel, the Federal Bureau of Investigation

Molly Crawford
Federal Trade Commission, Bureau of Consumer Protection
Senior Attorney, Privacy Division

Catherine Crump
Staff Attorney, American Civil Liberties Union’s Speech, Privacy, and Technology Project

Randal S. Milch ’85
Executive Vice President and General Counsel, Verizon Communications

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