CITP Luncheon Speaker Series: Is This Being Recorded?

26 April 2016 Princeton, NJ Past Event

Location

Princeton University
Princeton, NJ
Foley Special Counsel Eric Berg will be a speaker at Princeton University’s Center for Information Technology Policy Luncheon Speaker Series on April 26, 2016.

Berg’s talk will provide an insider’s view of the strategies, mechanics, common practices, and likely trends involved in the state of government electronic surveillance. His discussion will shed light on a number of widely debated issues in public life, and will feature:

  • The process by which the DOJ authorizes electronic surveillance 
  • Establishing probable cause to authorize monitoring communications 
  • Fighting a surveillance authorization — typical arguments 
  • Trends: “going dark,” white collar investigations, and international concerns

For more information and to register please visit the CITP website.

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CITP Luncheon Speaker Series: Is This Being Recorded?

Location

Princeton University
Princeton, NJ