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Apple vs. The DOJ

March 10, 2016

Dean Alan C. Michaels (left) talks with professors Ric Simmons, Margot Kaminski, Dennis Hirsch, and Dakota Rudesill at the end of the panel’s discussion and debate on the pending Apple Computer versus the U.S. Department of Justice litigation. Experts in the 4th Amendment,  privacy, data ethics, and national security, Simmons, Kaminski, Hirsh, and Rudesill presented different aspects and view points on the case to decrypt or not to decrypt the iPhone of a known terrorist. “There are very few law schools out there with this level of faculty expertise in this area,” Michaels said in his opening remarks.


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