Rubenstein Building - David T. Ellwood Democracy Lab, Room 414AB
Law enforcement argues that "warrant-proof" encrypted devices and communications can hinder the investigation of serious criminal activities, but civil liberties and technology policy groups say that undermining consumer encryption threatens privacy, cybersecurity, and human rights. But what do the empirical data say?
Please join the Science, Technology, and Public Policy Program and HKS Library and Research Services for an AI Cyber Lunch Seminar featuring Anne Boustead, Assistant Professor at the School of Government and Public Policy at the University of Arizona. In a talk entitled, "Measuring Encryption," Boustead will explore some of the legal and policy issues that could be informed by additional data on encounters with encrypted devices in the criminal justice system.
Q&A to follow. Buffet-style lunch will be served.
Registration: In-person attendance is limited to current Harvard ID holders. No RSVP is required. Room capacity is limited and seating will be on a first come, first served basis. All are welcome to attend virtually via Zoom. Virtual attendees should register using the button below; upon registering, attendees will receive a confirmation email with a Zoom link.
Recording: Please be advised that this seminar will not be recorded. The event organizers prohibit any attendees, including journalists, from audio/visual recording or distributing parts or all of the event program without prior written authorization.
Accessibility: To request accommodations or for questions about access, please contact Liz Hanlon (firstname.lastname@example.org) in advance of the session.