On Friday, April 25 the UCLA Department of Political Science, the UCLA School of Law, and the Office of Information Technology brought together thought leaders to discuss critical privacy and security issues presented by ever-evolving technologies.
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Privacy and Security Panel Discussions:
Panel One: What is Privacy and Does it Matter Any More?
Keynote Luncheon: Can We Be Safe Without Sacrificing Civil Liberties?
Panel Two: Defining the Threat, Fighting Terrorism
Panel Three: War and Liberty – Civil Liberties in Perilous Times
Associate Professor of Philosophy and Information Services, University of Washington;
Author, Privacy Rights: Moral and Legal Foundations;
Author, Information Ethics: Privacy, Property, and Power
Bruce Fein & Associates;
Constitutional lawyer, author, scholar;
Author, Constitutional Peril: The Life and Death Struggle for Our Constitution and Democracy
Director, Politics, Policy and Law (PPL) Scholars Program; Assistant Professor, Department of Government, School of Public Affairs, American University;
Author, Emergency Presidential Power: From the Drafting of the Constitution to the War on Terror;
Former State Legislative Director, Human Rights Campaign
Director, RAND Homeland Security and Defense Center;
Senior Policy Researcher;
Professor, Pardee RAND Graduate School
Investigative Reporter, ProPublica;
Former Staff Reporter, Wall Street Journal (part of team of reporters awarded the Pulitzer Prize);
Author, Dragnet Nation: A Quest for Privacy, Security, and Freedom in a World of Relentless Surveillance
Senior Counsel, Rule of Law Program, The Constitution Project
UCLA Chief Privacy Officer and Director, Strategic IT Policy
Working Group Chair, UC Privacy and Information Security Initiative
Fellow, Brennan Center for Justice, New York University;
Former Counsel for national security and privacy, ACLU;
Former special agent with the Federal Bureau of Investigation
Supported by the Ann C. Rosenfield Symposium Fund.