The Center for Internet and Society at Stanford Law School is a leader in the study of the law and policy around the Internet and other emerging technologies.
Privacy has become one of the defining issue of the Information Age. CIS has received national recognition for its interdisciplinary and multi-angle examination of privacy, particularly as it relates to emerging technology.
Please join us as the Bishop Center hosts Aberdeen Alum, Author and Victim's Right's Attorney Carrie Goldberg for a discussion of her new book Nobody's Victim, Fighting Psychos, Stalkers, Pervs, and Trolls.
Ms. Goldberg will be joined with University of Washington Law Professor, Ryan Calo.
Following the discussion at the Bishop Center Ms. Goldberg will have a meet and greet at the GH Wine Sellars at 5:00.
You can unlock your smartphone with a passcode, your finger, even your face. When the cops demand you decrypt your phone or other device for them, can you successfully invoke your Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination? Well, it depends. This talk quickly walks through the when, where, why, and how of compelled decryption and the Fifth Amendment under current case law. It ends with some practical takeaways, including "don't talk to the cops" and "stay out of Florida." Read more about Giving Cops the Finger: Compelled Device Decryption and the Fifth Amendment
Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board Chairman Adam Klein and Board Members Edward Felten and Jane Nitze have announced a May 31, 2019 public forum in Washington, DC to examine the USA FREEDOM Act and the government’s call detail records (CDR) program under that law. Several key provisions of the USA FREEDOM Act will sunset in December unless they are reauthorized by Congress. Read more about Public forum to Examine the USA Freedom Act, Telephone Records Program