Just Security’s Second Anniversary Event: The Going Dark Debate

Two years ago this month, Steve Vladeck, Ryan Goodman, and our extraordinary Editorial Board, launched Just Security. In celebration of two fascinating years, we are thrilled to announce Just Security’s second anniversary event, “The Going Dark Debate: Encryption, Technology, and the Future of Privacy.”

Join Just Security, the Center on National Security and the Law, and the Center on Privacy and Technology at Georgetown University Law Center in Washington, DC, on Monday, September 21 (12:00pm–2:00pm) for a wide-ranging discussion on the legal issues and policy questions at the heart of the encryption debate, featuring:

  • Robert S. Litt (General Counsel, Office of the Director of National Intelligence)
  • Kiran Raj (Senior Counsel to the Deputy Attorney General, US Department of Justice)
  • Wendy Seltzer (Policy Counsel, World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) and Visiting Fellow, Yale Law School Information Society Project)
  • Julian Sanchez (Founding Editor, Just Security and Senior Fellow, Cato Institute)
  • Jonathan Mayer (Graduate Fellow, Stanford University Department of Computer Science and Lecturer, Stanford Law School)

Paul Ohm (Professor of Law and Faculty Director of the Center on Privacy and Technology, Georgetown University Law Center) will moderate the discussion.

Space is limited, so please RSVP here by Friday, September 18. Join the discussion on Twitter and Facebook using #JSGoingDark.

Additional event details are available here. 

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