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Technology: Transparency vs Privacy - Neal Katyal Lecture

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Professor Katyal, one of the top US Supreme Court advocates as well as the Paul Saunders Professor of National Security Law at Georgetown University, will contrast European and American approaches to data privacy, digital security, and transparency, with an eye on recent groundbreaking cases in the United States. He has represented most of the top technology companies in the Apple Iphone San Bernadino decryption case, as well as in the Microsoft Gag Orders case, and will use those cases as exemplars of what governments should not be doing, and draw some lessons about the future of governance in this area.

This talk is part of the Leverhulme CFI series.

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