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American Constitution Society The NSA, National Security, and your Right to Privacy: Can they co-exi
Start Date: 10/31/2013Start Time: 12:00 PM
End Date: 10/31/2013End Time: 1:00 PM

Event Description
Reggie Shuford is the Executive Director of the Pennsylvania ACLU. Mr. Shuford joined the ACLU of Pennsylvania in September 2011. Prior to joining the ACLU-PA, he served as the director of law and policy at the Equal Justice Society (EJS), a national strategy group heightening consciousness on race in the law and popular discourse. From 1995-2010, Shuford served as senior staff counsel in the national ACLU's Racial Justice Program. During his tenure there he helped to pioneer legal challenges to racial profiling practices nationwide. He was the ACLU's chief litigator in challenges to racial profiling, leading national litigation efforts and consulting with ACLU state affiliates and others in cases of "driving while black or brown," airport profiling, and profiling related to the war on terror. Shuford is a graduate of the University of North Carolina’s School of Law in Chapel Hill, where he was his graduating class president.
From using the telephone to seeking medical treatment to applying for a job or sending an e-mail, Americans' right to information privacy is in peril. Personal and business information is being digitized through an ever-expanding number of computer networks in formats that allow data to be linked, transferred, shared and sold, usually without our knowledge or consent.
The technological advances that have brought enormous benefits to humankind also make us more vulnerable than ever before to unwanted snooping. As technology provides new ways to gather information and databases proliferate, the need for privacy protections becomes more urgent.
Location Information:
Main Campus - Klein
Room: K1D
Contact Information:
Name: Aaron Spencer
Phone: 856-491-6674
Email: aspencer@temple.edu
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Number of Attendees: 60
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Name & Title of Persons Featured: Reggie Shuford, Executive Director, Pennsylvania ACLU
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Student Audience: First Year

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