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Thursday, June 13 • 9:00am - 10:15am
Law Enforcement and the Internet of Things

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In the past few years reporting about law enforcement seeking smart home device recordings and fitness device data have captured the public’s attention. It became more apparent through these stories that while “Internet of Things” devices may introduce new conveniences, they also produce more granular records about our day to day activities. And these records be of interest to the government. This panel will explore some of the privacy concerns attendant to law enforcement access to IOT data, how this data can aid law enforcement investigations and the efforts by law enforcement to ensure such access, and some of the predicted issues the introduction of IOT data as evidence in court will raise.

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Mana Azarmi

Policy Counsel, Center for Democracy & Technology
I'm on the Security & Surveillance team, formally titled the Freedom, Security & Technology Project. I work on government electronic surveillance.

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Jennifer Lynch

Surveillance Litigation Director, Electronic Frontier Foundation
Jennifer Lynch is a senior lawyer with the Electronic Frontier Foundation and works on privacy and civil liberties issues. She challenges government surveillance technologies like location tracking, face recognition, and DNA collection through the courts and works to promote privacy-protective... Read More →
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Ilia Siatitsa

Legal Officer, Privacy International
Talk to me about the right to privacy and beyond - focusing on human rights issues arising at the intersection of privacy and technology, interested in surveillance and data exploitation by governments and corporations.Find more at https://privacyinternational.org/people/3004/dr... Read More →
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Daniel Drewer

Data Protection Officer, Europol

Thursday June 13, 2019 9:00am - 10:15am BST
Cyrene (Laico)