Hosted by the Information Law Institute and the Center on Law and Security, the "Symposium on Government Access to Data in the Cloud" presented cutting-edge research on domestic, international and transnational legal approaches to regulating government access to data stored in the cloud. Legal scholars joined with participants who brought law enforcement, industry, privacy advocacy and human rights perspectives to bear on the important and often contentious debate about this rapidly evolving issue. View the full video and list of symposium participants below.
Panel 1: Searches vs. Subpoenas in the Digital Context
Panel 2: Data? Metadata? Third Party Data?
Panel 3: On the Ground Perspectives on the Application of US Surveillance Law to Data in the Cloud
Panel 4: Human Rights Issues in Transnational Data Access
Panel 5: Extraterritorial Application of U.S. Law to the Cloud
Panel 6: Transnational and Foreign Law Perspectives on Cloud Access
Panel 7: Perspectives on Transnational Data Access - Government, Civil Society, and Corporate Views