About Catherine Crump
Catherine Crump’s primary interest is the impact of new technologies on civil liberties. Representative matters include serving as counsel in the ACLU’s challenge to the National Security Agency’s mass collection of Americans’ call records; representing artists, media outlets and others challenging a federal internet censorship law, and representing a variety of clients seeking to invalidate the government’s policy of conducting suspicionless searches of laptops and other electronic devices at the international border.
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Panel 2: Technology, Privacy, and Security Law, Ethics and National Security Conference (2013)
Battlefields, Boardrooms, and Backyards: The New Face of National Security Law Moderator: Prof. Margaret Hu, Visiting Assistant Professor, Duke University Law SchoolProf. Nita A. Farahany, Professor of Law, Professor of Genome Sciences & Policy, Professor ...