2018 • 4 months
The award supports The Color of Surveillance conference, an annual event focused on the surveillance of minorities held by the Center on Privacy and Technology.
2017 • 2 months
The Center on Privacy and Technology at Georgetown Law Center is a think tank studying the impact of technology on privacy and surveillance law and policy. The grant supports a report that will technically and legally analyze the privacy, civil liberties and civil rights impacts of a Department of Homeland Security plan to scan the faces of air passengers departing the United States.
2016 • 2 years • Technology in the Public Interest
The Center on Privacy and Technology at Georgetown Law Center is a think tank focused on privacy and surveillance law and policy. The award supports the Center’s work to expose and diminish the negative impact of government surveillance and invasive commercial data practices on vulnerable communities in the U.S. and provide an intellectual and technical foundation for broad reforms of outdated U.S. commercial privacy laws.