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The CLOUD Act: Rain or Shine?

  • The Capitol, H-122 Washington, DC (map)

The CLOUD Act: Rain or Shine?

Image courtesy of the Electronic Frontier Foundation,  Creative Commons Attribution License

Image courtesy of the Electronic Frontier Foundation, Creative Commons Attribution License

International law enforcement's access to private information is contentious and complicated. The Supreme Court recently heard arguments in U.S. v. Microsoft, and the CLOUD Act has been introduced in the House and Senate. This panel discussion will examine the CLOUD Act, review the issues before the Supreme Court, and discuss the role of Congress in the cloud.

WHEN: Mon., March 19 at 11 a.m.
WHERE: H-122, U.S. Capitol
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PANELISTS:

  • Alex Berengaut, Partner at Covington & Burling (Microsoft)
     
  • Neema Guliani, Legislative counsel at ACLU
     
  • David Lieber, Senior privacy policy counsel at Google
     
  • Naureen Shah, Senior director of campaigns at Amnesty International USA, invited
     
  • Moderator, Alexis Collins, Senior attorney at Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton and adjunct professor at Georgetown Law School

Snacks and refreshments will be served.

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