January 28th, 2014
As the use of robotic technology expands private third-party surveillance will also expand to new locations and scenarios. Is it possible — or desirable — to craft meaningful laws or guidelines before widespread private adoption of robots?
In this talk Margot E. Kaminski — Research Scholar in Law, Executive Director of the Information Society Project, and Lecturer in Law at Yale Law School — explores how the pending increase in robotic surveillance poses new questions for U.S. privacy law, and the extents to which robotic surveillance will be necessary, superfluous, or deliberately intrusive.
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