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The Color of Surveillance: Disproportionate Impacts of Foreign Intelligence Surveillance

  • Rayburn HOB 2226 Washington, DC (map)
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The Fourth Amendment Advisory Committee, Electronic Frontier Foundation, Center for Media Justice, Free Press, and New America's Open Technology Institute invite you to attend:

The Color of Surveillance: Disproportionate Impacts of Foreign Intelligence Surveillance

As Congress considers renewal of a powerful government surveillance authority, Section 702 of the FISA Amendments Act, this panel will offer perspectives on the long-standing disproportionate impacts of foreign intelligence surveillance.

Please join us and some of the experts and advocates at the center of this discussion for a conversation on how foreign intelligence surveillance intersects with race, class, and policy.

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28th at 12:00 p.m.
Rayburn HOB, Room 2226, Washington, DC

Snacks and refreshments will be served.

PANELISTS INCLUDE:
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

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