The Location Tracking and Biometrics Conference will take place on Sunday, March 3 at Yale Law School. Judges, policymakers, practitioners, academics, and other experts will gather to consider what comes next after last year’s Supreme Court decision in U.S. v. Jones, about the constitutionality of GPS-tracking vehicles without a warrant. They will discuss various forms of location tracking and the implications of biometric identification.
This conference is jointly sponsored by the Information Society Project and NYU’s Engelberg Center, and is supported by the Thomson Reuters Initiative on Law and Technology. For more information, contact email@example.com.
9-9:20 Technologies of Tracking: An Introduction
9:30-11:00 Panel 1: The Fourth Amendment and tracking after U.S. v. Jones
Moderated by Jameel Jaffer
11:30-1:00 Panel 2: Cellular phones and mobile privacy: Government requests to carriers
Moderated by Barton Gellman
2:30-3:30 Panel 3: Cellular phones and mobile privacy: Direct government surveillance (Stingrays)
Moderated by Jennifer Valentino-DeVries
4:00-6:00 Panel 4: Nontrespassory tracking: Biometrics, license plate readers, and drones
Moderated by Noah Shachtman