How the Third-Party Doctrine Affects Law Enforcement, Technology Company Practices, and Data Privacy Expectations

Course Demo. No credit provided in demo mode.


Credit Hours:
IL - General: 1.25 Credits
TX - General: 1.5 Credits
CA - General: 1.5 Credits
NH - General: 1.4 Credits
NY - General: 1.5 Credits
VA - General: 1.5 Credits
OK - Distance Learning: 1.5 Credits
AL - On-Demand: 1.5 Credits
SC - General: 1.4 Credits
UT - Self Study: 1.0 Credits
OH - Self Study: 1.5 Credits
GA - Self Study: 1.4 Credits
NJ - General: 1.7 Credits
TN - General: 1.4 Credits
AZ - General: 1.5 Credits
ND - Self Study: 1.5 Credits
FL - Technology: 1.5 Credits
AK - Voluntary: 1.5 Credits

Running Time: 1 Hours, 24 Minutes
Faculty:

Course Description

Join the Wikimedia Foundation and guest speakers for a discussion on how the third-party doctrine affects law enforcement, technology company practices, and data privacy expectations as the Supreme Court prepares to rule on Carpenter v. United States. In this case, the Court will consider whether the Fourth Amendment requires law enforcement to obtain a search warrant before accessing historical cell phone location records.