National Security Perspectives on Location Surveillance and the Future of Democracy

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National Security Perspectives on Location Surveillance and the Future of Democracy

American Geographical Society

The American Geographical Society and its EthicalGEO Initiative’s Location Tech Task Force is convening a series of Blue-Ribbon Panels and Leadership Spotlights examining the ethical implications of mobile location technology in the era of COVID-19 and beyond. National security leaders in the United States have knowledge of the technologies required for effective surveillance to combat  threats, and have developed many restrictions concerning surveillance within the continental United States. Join us, and former national security leaders, in the conversation surrounding the use of mobile-based surveillance technologies and the risks and benefits they bring to society as a whole.

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Date
2020-07-28
 
Time
09:30 AM to 12:30 PM
 
Location
 
Event Types
Blue-Ribbon Panel
 
Event Transcript
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Panelist:
Mr. Robert Cardillo, President, The Cardillo Group
Hon. Sue Gordon, Principal Deputy Director of National Intelligence, Office of the Director of National Intelligence (DNI)
Mr. Chris Inglis, Former Deputy Director, National Security Agency
Lt.Gen. Vincent Stewart, Former Director, Defense Intelligence Agency