Personal Privacy, Immigration, iPhone Confidentiality vs. National Security: Where Do We Stand on the Issues Today?


Personal Privacy, Immigration, iPhone Confidentiality vs. National Security: Where Do We Stand on the Issues Today?

Recorded On 06/10/2016


Join us for our second annual program that seeks to inform the public, lawyers, and national security practitioners about the continuing balancing act between personal privacy rights and national security. Using a panel discussion format, we will take a look at today’s technological and world developments that are forcing our government to weigh personal privacy against a backdrop of protecting our national security from an ever growing and rapidly changing threat environment.

Panels include::

  • Overview: Setting the Stage  —  Mark Rosen
  • Opening RemarksA View From the Bench — Hon. Loretta Preska
  • How National Security Investigations Begin: Comparison to Other Federal Criminal Investigations — John Cronan, Karen Greenberg, Mark Rosen
  • Impact of Artificial Intelligence on Cybersecurity and National Security — Constantinos Daskalakis, Mark Rosen
  • A Conversation With the Author
  • The Future of Foreign Intelligence: Privacy and Surveillance in a Digital Age — Laura Donohue, Mark Rosen
  • DATA, Big DATA, Metadate. Game Theory: What Does it All Mean — Laura Donohue, Constantinos Daskalakis, Patrick Toomey
  •  A Conversation With the Author – Soldiers on the Home Front: The Domestic Role of the American Military — William C, Banks, Mark Rosen
  •  The Role of the Media — Tina Foster, Gene Policinski, Jameel Jaffer, Adam Goldman, Roberto FE Soto
  •  Balancing Counterterrorism, Immigration, National Security and Safety in the Digital Age —            Harvey Rishikof. Seth DuCharme, Steven Hyman, Matthew J. Miraglia, Tina Foster,
  •  Government Investigations, Phone Devices and Privacy: How Far Can the Government Go? —         Hon. Valerie E. Caproni, Joseph Bambara, Josh Dratel, Joshua Horowitz
  •  Concluding Remarks — Mark Rosen




Program Chair: Mark Rosen, Esq., Adjunct Professor, Brooklyn Law School; John Jay College of Criminal Justice

Faculty: Joseph Bambara, In House Counsel and VP of Technology Architecture, UCNY, Inc., Co-Chair NYCLA’s Law and Technology Committee; William Banks, Interim Dean, Professor of Law, Founding Director of the Institute for National Security and Counterterrorism (INSCT), Syracuse Law;  Hon. Valerie E. Caproni, SDNY; John Cronan, Deputy Chief, Terrorism and International Narcotics Unit,  U.S. Attorney’s Office, SDNY;Constantinos Daskalakis, Associate Professor, EECS, MIT; Laura Donohue, Professor of Law, Georgetown LawJosh Dratel, Law Offices of Joshua L. Dratel. P.C., Co-Chair of the Amicus Curiae Committee of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, Chair of its National Security Committee, Co-Chair of its Select Committee on Military Tribunals;Seth DuCharme, Chief of the National Security & Cybercrime Section, U.S. Attorney’s Office, EDNY;Tina Foster, Law Firm of Tina Foster;  Adam Goldman, Washington Post, covering terrorism and national security; Karen Greenberg, Director, Center for National Security, Fordham Law; Steven Hyman, Partner, McLaughlin & Stern; Joshua Horowitz, Esq., Tech Law NY; Jameel Jaffer, Deputy Legal Director, ACLU and Director ACLU’s Center for Democracy; Gene Policinski, COO Newseum Institute, VP, First Amendment Center;  Matthew J. Miraglia, FBI Supervisory Soecial Agent; Hon. Loretta Preska, Chief Judge, SDNY:  Harvey Rishikof, Sr. Counsel, Crowell & Moring, Privacy & Cybersecurity and Government Contracts Groups and Chair. ABA Advisory Standing Committee on Law and National Security; Roberto FE Soto, Executive Director, Imaginus; Patrick Toomey, Staff Attorney, ACLU National Security Project


7 NY CLE Credits; 2 Ethics, 5 PP


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