The government uses Facebook to spy on you. The skies will be full of police department drones sending your photo to computers with facial recognition software. Your car’s license plate will be scanned constantly by sensors on patrol cars. You are filmed by cameras in public places and private businesses dozens of times each day. The government has access to every email you’ve sent, every word you’ve tweeted, and everything you’ve bought online. What happened to your privacy? Is it too late to get it back? Does the U.S. Constitution actually protect privacy? The Dean of Savannah Law School, Richardson Lynn, will present his research and conclusions on this important topic.
The lecture, titled American’s Shrinking Right of Privacy -”Electronic surveillance, data mining, social media, and the Constitution”, will be held from noon to 1 p.m., on February 1, 2013 on the second floor of the law school. This will be the first event in the law school’s new monthly lecture series presented by its faculty.
This event is free of cost and open to the public as well as the Savannah Law School community. For more information, contact the main office at (912) 525-3900 or email Katherine Dreyer at firstname.lastname@example.org. To RSVP, please fill out the form below.