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Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Technology Dangers to Privacy: Bar Association Symposium Addresses Possible Solutions

The dangers of technology and the threats to our privacy and other freedoms take center stage tomorrow night (Wednesday, November 10th) at a New York City Bar symposium which is free to the public (registration required, see below) and highly recommended. 

Details follow below:


Date and Time: Wednesday, November 10, 2010, 6:00 p.m.

Place: New York City Bar Association, 42 West 44th Street, New York

Emerging technologies have the potential for abuse and misuse in ways that uniquely challenge our regulatory and legal systems. Hear a panel of experts discuss the larger implications of technologies such as satellite imaging, through-the-wall photography, biometric information storage, Cloud Computing, facial recognition software, remote activation, RFID product tagging, and RFID human implants, and their impact on constitutional rights, privacy interests, and national security.

Moderator: Professor Jeffrey R. Rosen, George Washington University Law School


Dr. Katherine Albrecht, Privacy Expert and Author, Spychips

Dr. Keith Aliberti, Chief, Optics and Photonics Integration Branch, U.S. Army Research Laboratory

Ginger McCall, Esq., National Security Counsel, Electronic Privacy Information Center

David Szuchman, Esq., Chief, Cyber Crime Division, New York County District Attorney

Sponsored by: Committee on Science and Law, Subcommittee on Technology Regulation.

The complete agenda is available at

There is no fee to attend but online registration is required at

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