Robert Molko Participates as Panelist on Emerging Technology and Privacy Conference

Professor Robert Molko participated as a panelist on October 30 at a California State Bar Conference on Emerging Technology and Privacy Conference at the UCI Beckman Center of the National Academies of Sciences & Engineering. The program focuses on the intersection of law and technology, and specifically on the description, implementation and use of new and emerging surveillance technologies by government agencies and the applicable legal and technological restrictions. The conference featured experts on law, policy and technology, with the target audience consisting of lawyers, government officials, law enforcement personnel, engineers, technologists, and others. Professor Molko’s panel addressed “Drone Technology, Existing Law, and Privacy Concerns” and included UCI Dean Erwin Chemerinsky and Professor Gregory S. McNeal of Pepperdine University School of Law.