April
18
Time3:00PM — 4:00PM EST
Events hosted by RSI AND Virtual

The Intersection of Privacy and Law Enforcement

Featuring:

[Opening Remarks] Brandon Pugh, Policy Director and Resident Senior Fellow, Cybersecurity and Emerging Threats
[Moderator] Steven Ward, Privacy and Security Fellow, R Street Institute
Jillian Snider, Policy Director of Criminal Justice and Civil Liberties, R Street Institute, Retired New York City Police Officer
Woodrow Hartzog, Professor of Law at Boston University School of Law, author, international privacy expert
Emiliano Falcon-Morano, Technology for Liberty Policy Counsel, ACLU of Massachusetts
Teresa Jauregui, Chief Legal Officer, National Child Protection Task Force

Overview

In the 118th Congress, there continues to be significant interest in passing a federal comprehensive data privacy and security law like the American Data Privacy and Protection Act (ADPPA) from the last Congress. Currently, the United States operates without a comprehensive data privacy and security law. This directly impacts consumers, industry and national security. One area of debate is how to ensure a comprehensive federal privacy and security law appropriately considers law enforcement’s access to personal data.

Join the R Street Institute for a special virtual event exploring federal data privacy and security legislation with a focus on law enforcement-related provisions; the concerns about how some law enforcement agencies use data brokers or other means to gather intelligence data; how certain provisions in a federal law could hinder law enforcement investigations; and how we can obtain the right balance between data privacy and community safety.  

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