Duke Professors Explore Privacy and Civil Liberties Impacts of Contract Tracing Technologies

On Tuesday, May 12th, Duke professors Jolynn Dellinger, David Hoffman, David Schanzer and Shane Stansbury engaged in a Zoom panel discussion addressing the coronavirus pandemic’s repercussions on surveillance technology and private data collection.

Watch the event here: Surveillance and Security After the Lockdown: Lessons from the 9/11 Era

Read an op-ed in the Hill written by Hoffman, Schanzer and Stansbury:
Lessons from 9/11 can help build better contact tracing app

PANELISTS:

Jolynn Dellinger is a Senior Lecturing Fellow at Duke University School of Law and serves as Special Counsel for Privacy Policy and Litigation at the North Carolina Department of Justice.

David Hoffman is a Professor of the Practice in the Sanford School of Public Policy, Senior Lecturing Fellow at Duke Law School and an Associate of the Duke Initiative for Science & Society. He is also Associate General Counsel and Global Privacy Officer at Intel Corporation.

David Schanzer is a Professor of the Practice at the Sanford School of Public Policy and director of the Triangle Center on Terrorism and Homeland Security.

Shane Stansbury is a Visiting Lecturer for the Hart Leadership Program at Sanford School of Public Policy, a Robinson Everett Distinguished Fellow in the Center for Law, Ethics, and National Security, and a Senior Lecturing Fellow, Duke University School of Law.