Georgetown Law - MIT Privacy Bill Presentations (2018)

Privacy and security legislation is often written by lawyers who lack deep technical knowledge. Georgetown Law and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology are testing a solution: Why not pair law students with engineers and see if they can write better privacy laws?

Interdisciplinary teams, consisting of Georgetown Law students and MIT students, pitch a panel of experts on draft legislation addressing:

  • Police Geolocation
  • Broadband ISP Privacy
  • Immigrant Surveillance
  • Body Camera Surveillance
  • Smart Cities
  • Mobile Device Privacy