Paul Ekman, upon whose work the television series "LIE TO ME" is based, will discuss micro expressions and how the detection of clues embedded in the human face, body and voice can be used to expose the truth and aid criminal investigations. For more information, please contact Sue Hinson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Cyber, Security & Surveillance: Truth & Consequences
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CANCELED: Lie to Me with Paul Ekman
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