The Fourth Amendment Advisory Committee, Electronic Frontier Foundation, Center for Media Justice, Free Press, and New America's Open Technology Institute co-hosted:
The Color of Surveillance: Disproportionate Impacts of Foreign Intelligence Surveillance
As Congress considered renewal of a powerful government surveillance authority, Section 702 of the FISA Amendments Act, this panel offered perspectives on the long-standing disproportionate impacts of foreign intelligence surveillance.
Some of the experts and advocates at the center of this discussion joined the Fourth Amendment Advisory Committee for a conversation on how foreign intelligence surveillance intersects with race, class, and policy.
Archived video is available here, courtesy of the Electronic Frontier Foundation.
- Alvaro Bedoya, Executive Director, Center on Privacy & Technology, Georgetown Law Center
- Jake Laperruque, Senior Counsel, The Constitution Project
- Steven Renderos, Organizing Director, Center for Media Justice
- Sarah St. Vincent, Researcher, Human Rights Watch
- Xiaoxing Xi, Laura H. Carnell Professor of Physics, Temple University, and plaintiff alleging the government unjustly investigated and surveilled him
- Moderator: Rainey Reitman, Activism Director, Electronic Frontier Foundation
WHEN: Thursday, Sept. 28th, 2017 at 12:00 p.m.
WHERE: Rayburn HOB, Room 2226, Washington, DC