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Date Published

October 16, 2020


Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association




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Police-worn video raises a tension between promoting government transparency on the one hand and protecting privacy on the other. Other advanced surveillance technologies that do not have a government transparency function, like facial recognition, license plate readers, cell site simulators, and surveillance light bulbs raise similar privacy issues as their incorporation enables police to surveil the public more broadly and aggressively. This seminar will discuss the impact the use of such technologies can have on expectations of privacy; the potential discriminatory uses and adverse effects of surveillance technologies and algorithmic policing on communities of color; potential First Amendment concerns around regulating surveillance technologies; and how new laws and policies can help strike a better balance that preserves privacy in the digital age.

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Andrew Geronimo
Professor - Case Western Reserve University School of Law

Professor Andrew Geronimo, Case Western Reserve University School of LawAndrew Geronimo is the director of the First... Read More

Chad Marlow
Senior Advocacy & Policy Counsel - American Civil Liberties Union

Chad Marlow is a senior policy counsel at the ACLU, where he principally focuses on privacy, surveillance, and technology... Read More

Joseph Delguyd
Attorney - Cleveland Police Union

Since his youth, Joseph Delguyd has fought for his rightful place amongst the best of the best. Whether it was in the ring,... Read More

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