Monday: Location Privacy after Carpenter v. United States
June 29, 2018
WASHINGTON – Georgetown Law’s Center on Privacy & Technology is hosting an event Monday July 2 on the implications of the Supreme Court’s recent 5-4 ruling in Carpenter v. United States.
Experts will delve into the technical, legal, investigative and policy implications of the Supreme Court’s 5-4 landmark privacy ruling in Carpenter v. United States. Featured speakers include Nathan Freed Wessler, attorney for Carpenter, and Georgetown Law Professor Laura Donohue, whose Fourth Amendment scholarship was heavily cited in the Court’s dissenting opinion.
July 2, 2018
10:30 am – 2:30 pm
Gewirz Student Center, 12th Floor
120 F Street NW
Washington, DC 20001
Please register to attend in person or receive Livestream link.
WHO / SCHEDULE
10:45 – TECHNICAL PRIMER ON CELL SITE LOCATION INFORMATION
Professor Sibren Isaacman, Cellular network data expert, Loyola University Maryland
11:10 – POLICY IMPLICATIONS OF THE CARPENTER DECISION
Nathan Freed Wessler, Attorney for petitioner Timothy Ivory Carpenter, ACLU
Professor Laura Donohue, Fourth Amendment expert, Georgetown Law
Professor Stephanie Pell, Former Hill staffer; Location privacy expert at West Point’s Army Cyber Institute
Alvaro Bedoya (moderator), Executive Director, Center on Privacy & Technology at Georgetown Law
12:15 – LUNCH
1:00 – 2:30 PRACTICAL IMPLICATIONS OF THE CARPENTER DECISION
Matt Mitchell, Digital safety and privacy expert, Tactical Technology Collective and Crypto Harlem
Jason Downs, Criminal litigation expert, Downs Collins
Todd Hesel, Appellate criminal prosecutor, Maryland Office of the Attorney General
Jumana Musa (moderator), Director, Fourth Amendment Center, National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers