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Thursday, March 31 • 5:15pm - 6:15pm
Trends to Watch In Global Surveillance

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As communication surveillance laws around the globe come under scrutiny,
what emerging trends can we identify? Access, EFF, and Fundación Acceso
will answer that question on this panel comparing legal research and
survey results on the best and worst practices in surveillance law and
policy in countries around the world. After providing that context, the
panel will make recommendations based on the International Principles on
the Application of Human Rights to Communication Surveillance, its legal
analysis, and implementation guide. The panelists will also discuss
methodologies and identify gaps in research that other organizations
could contribute to completing.

Speakers
avatar for Dennys Antonialli

Dennys Antonialli

Executive Director, InternetLab
PhD candidate in Constitutional Law at the University of São Paulo (Brazil), where he also earned his bachelor of laws degree (LL.B., 2008). He holds a “Master of the Science of Law” degree from Stanford Law School (J.S.M., 2011) and a “Master of Law and Business” from Bucerius Law School/WHU Otto Beisheim School of Management in Germany (MLB, 2010). Dennys has worked in the technology and civil liberties team of the Policy Department of... Read More →


Thursday March 31, 2016 5:15pm - 6:15pm
The Cottage

Attendees (68)