San Francisco: Privacy in a Digital World
Join ACLU of Northern California Senior Staff Attorney Linda Lye for part of the Legal Aid Society - Employment Law Center Summer Brown Bag Lecture series.
What we've given up, what we're at risk of losing
Increasingly, information about our lives is stored or captured electronically by private companies or monitored by the government in the name of national security. At the same time, our personal sense of privacy may be shifting as we share more of ourselves on social media. The consequences of these developments will be examined as the panelists consider how new technologies such as drones and practices of internet search engines and social media platforms present challenges to traditional concepts of privacy.
Legal Aid Society - Employment Law Center
180 Montgomery Street, Suite 600
San Francisco, CA
- Linda Lye, ACLU of Northern California Senior Staff Attorney
- Lee Tien, Senior Staff Attorney and Adams Chair for Internet Rights, Electronic Frontier Foundation
Bring your lunch and join us for the 33rd season of talks on current legal and social issues. Legal Aid Society-Employment Law Center is a California MCLE approved provider. All sessions are approved for 1.5 hours of MCLE credit.