18 April the Center for European and Transatlantic Studies, the Institute for Information Security & Privacy at Georgia Tech, and the Scheller College of Business hosted a one-day conference about transatlantic mutual legal assistance. The conference featured current and former European and American government officials, representatives from Fortune 100 technology companies and internet advocacy groups, as well as leading academics (see below).
The conference was supported by the European Union’s Erasmus+ Program and the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation. You can access recordings of the sessions by clicking on the links below. In addition, a number of the participants posted their comments on the LAWFARE blog. Those posts can be read by clicking on the hyper-linked participant names below. Although the conference was co-sponsored by the European Commission, the views of the participants are their own, and nothing that they say may be attributed to the Commission.
For more information on the Georgia Tech Cross-Border Requests for Data Project, click here.
- Joseph Bankoff, Chair, School of International Affairs, Georgia Tech
- Peter Swire, Scheller College of Business, Georgia Tech
- Alasdair Young, Sam Nunn School of International Affairs, Georgia Tech
- Philip Breedlove, Sam Nunn School of International Affairs, Georgia Tech (former Supreme Allied Commander Europe)
- John De Long, Berkman Klein Center, Harvard University
- Susan Hennessey, Brookings Institution
- Scarlet Kim, Privacy International
- Bruno Gencarelli, DG Justice, European Commission
- David Dagon, School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Georgia Tech
- Kim Peretti, Alston & Bird
- Dillon Reisman, Center for Information Technology Policy, Princeton University
- Gail Kent, Facebook
- Drew Mitnick, Access Now
- Greg Nojeim, Center for Democracy and Technology
- Suzanne Vergnolle, Paris II Law
- Kevin Bankston, New America
- Lani Cosette, Microsoft
- Andrew Woods, University of Kentucky