The Intellectual Property and Cyberlaw Society and the Center on Law, Ethics and National Security invite you to a panel discussion on the future of privacy under the Fourth Amendment. The panel will review the latest empirical studies of personal privacy norms and offer insight into how new technologies used by law enforcement as well as American citizens reflect these ideas or challenge them. Panelists will include Prof. Stuart Benjamin, Maj. Gen. Charles Dunlap (Ret.) and Prof. Sarah Ludington of Campbell Law School. Prof. Jennifer Jenkins will moderate the panel and student questions are welcome. For more information contact email@example.com.
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