Synagogue Scholars Series: The Fourth Amendment In An Age Of Terrorism: Our Right Of Privacy Vs. Government Surveillance

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Don Samuel Partner, Garland, Samuel & Loeb, Adjunct Faculty, Georgia State University College of Law

The Fourth Amendment in an Age of Terrorism: Our Right of Privacy vs. Government Surveillance

The devices we love to use, law enforcement loves to use, too. The radar guns, with which officers once clocked our speed, now scan our license plates as we drive past, giving police departments instant access to our motor and criminal records. Our browsing and buying histories online create fat portfolios about our interests, sold to bidders in business and politics. Our cell phones silently ping from our pockets and backpacks and night-tables all day and night, informing the powers-that-be of our location every minute of our lives. We will discuss recent cases decided by the courts – primarily the Supreme Court – that address the use of various new technologies that both enrich our lives, and fatten our surveillance files.
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By: Congregation Shearith Israel - Atlanta

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