FORA.tv Speaker - Jay Stanley

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Biography

Jay Stanley researches, writes and speaks about technology-related privacy and civil liberties issues and their future. Stanley has authored and co-authored a variety of influential ACLU reports on such topics as government and private-sector surveillance, network neutrality, scientific freedom, privacy-enforcing institutions, data mining, NSA spying, video surveillance, and airline passenger security.

Stanley was co-chair of the successful 2009 Computers, Freedom and Privacy (CFP) conference in Washington DC. Before joining the ACLU in 2001, he was an analyst at the technology research firm Forrester, where he focused on Internet policy issues. Stanley also served as the American politics editor of Facts on File's World News Digest. He is a graduate of Williams College and holds an M.A. in American History from the University of Virginia.

1 Program

The National Security State: Tech and the Abuse of Power

10.25.11 | 00:39:16 min | 0 comments