Police Surveillance and Civil Liberties

The growing number of police technologies may serve legitimate police purposes but raise serious questions about civil liberties and privacy. Join three experts for an informative evening exploring what these technologies are, how they work, what they do, and the issues they raise in terms of your privacy and civil liberties.

Panelists:

Bill Dunphy, one of Canada’s most experienced and respect police and crime reporters

Evan Light, Assistant Professor, Glendon College, York University, who has done extensive work on policy technologies

Brenda McPhail, Director - Privacy, Technology and Surveillance Project for the Canadian Civil Liberties Association

Moderator: James L. Turk, Director, Centre for Free Expression

Police Surveillance and Civil Liberties

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Police Surveillance and Civil Liberties

Wednesday October 24, 2018

The growing number of police technologies may serve legitimate police purposes but raise serious questions about civil liberties and privacy. Join three experts for an informative evening exploring what these technologies are, how they work, what they do, and the issues they raise in terms of your privacy and civil liberties.

Panelists:

Bill Dunphy, one of Canada’s most experienced and respect police and crime reporters

Evan Light, Assistant Professor, Glendon College, York University, who has done extensive work on policy technologies

Brenda McPhail, Director - Privacy, Technology and Surveillance Project for the Canadian Civil Liberties Association

Moderator: James L. Turk, Director, Centre for Free Expression

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