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29apr12:00 pm29may2:45 pmSeattle Four Rotary Club: The Ethics of Facial Surveillance: Who Chooses?

Event Details

May 29, Seattle Four Rotary Club, 12:00-1:30 pm, Sheraton Hotel, lunch meeting with drill down following 1:45-2:45.  David Brenner will moderate the program for this 250 person weekly business lunch on The Ethics of Facial Surveillance: Who Chooses? featuring Shankar Narayan, head of the ACLU Surveillance Project, our Member Rabbi Daniel Weiner, and Teresa Crucelius from AI and Faith partner organization MAPS’ AMEN Project, talking about the ACLU’s Surveillance Community Task Force, implications of police use of facial surveillance software, and who will choose the extent to which we will live in a deep surveillance state society.  Member Turan Kayaoglu has also been an active participant in the ACLU task force.   Come to the lunch and/or attend a free one hour drill down with the speakers in a meeting room down the hall from 1:45-2:45 pm.  (Please RSVP to David Brenner by May 10 if you plan to attend the lunch. Linch is $35 per person, attending as my Rotary “guest” and/or free drill down as space at both is limited to 15 extra people.

Time

April 29 (Monday) 12:00 pm - May 29 (Wednesday) 2:45 pm

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