Do you have a secret? What about Apple, Google, Facebook, Verizon, or Uber? Are you sure they don't know your secret?
Digital data – emails, text messages, phone records, location records, web searches – contain traces of almost every secret. They also contain traces of almost every crime. Tech companies may promise to protect our data from prying eyes. But should that promise yield to law enforcement and national security?
Join us live for our first debate in San Francisco, presented in partnership with the National Constitution Center, as we take on the motion:
Tech Companies Should Be Required to Help Law Enforcement Execute Search Warrants to Access Customer Data