What does it mean for all of us when the government we count on to keep us safe, the companies we do business with, and even the cars we drive are tracking our daily activities? Hear from panelists including Christopher H. Schroeder, Charles S. Murphy Professor of Law and Public Policy Studies and Co-Director of the Program in Public Law, Duke University; and Sibylle Gierschmann L'99, Partner and Head of the Technology, Communication, and Media Group, Taylor Wessing. Moderated byWells C. Bennett L'06, Fellow in National Security Law, The Brookings Institute. For more information, please contact Andrew Park at email@example.com.
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