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Mon February 17, 2014
Yale Hosts Law Enforcement and Hacking Conference
Yale Law School is hosting a conference on law enforcement and computer hacking. The conference, "Law Enforcement and Hacking: When Cops Control Your Webcam," starts at 1:00 pm on Tuesday.
It will focus on the increasing use of sophisticated tools to hack into the computers of targets, including remotely enabling webcams, turning on microphones, and downloading documents and other files from hacked computers.
The first panel will discuss the various hacking technologies used by law enforcement. The second panel will explore the legal, policy and technology implications of hacking by law enforcement.
Panelists will include judges, academics, journalists and other experts. The conference, open to the public, is organized by Yale Law School's Information and Society Project. It will be live streamed at http://new.livestream.com/yalelaw/LawEnforcementAndHacking.