What's Private: Exploring Reasonable Expectation of Privacy in the Age of Modern Innovation
Jillean Long Battle - Rofori Corporation
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AbstractMillions of people spend their day chatting away on their cellphones, ordering groceries from Amazon’s Alexa, making calendar appointments with Apple’s Siri, or posting on Facebook about the last concert they attended. Sharing our personal information via social media platforms or providing it to third party companies has become so common place in our routines that it begs the question, “What, if anything, in our personal lives is really private?” As we grow more comfortable using modern technology to streamline and stay connected, are we risking our right to a reasonable expectation of privacy, a protection garnered by the Fourth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution?
Modern innovation has presented the judiciary with unique challenges, as the court balances the legitimate interests of government and the people. We will explore the dynamics of Carpenter v. United States, United States v. Miller, and Smith v. Maryland, and the recent developments surrounding the Golden State Killer and the Arkansas murder case involving Amazon’s Alexa.
About the SpeakerJillean Long Battle serves as Director of Privacy, Security and Compliance for the Rofori Corporation, an innovative technology company that uses meta data tagging and advanced algorithmic software to enhance virtual communication and cyber security protection for the public and private sectors.
Before joining the Rofori Corporation, Jillean served as the Deputy Treasurer of State for both Missouri and Indiana. In her roles, she took the lead on risk management, provided legal guidance to the state treasurer, and acted to protect the states’ investment portfolios, which included assets valued at $3 billion and $8 billion respectively. Jillean also served as a Trustee of the Indiana Public Retirement System, a pension system with approximately $30 billion in assets under management.
A self-proclaimed WWII historian and Starbucks enthusiast, Ms. Battle has shared her financial insight and governance strategies in national publications and conferences across North America. She has been a panelist along-side respected economist and political leaders from around the world, including former Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke.
When Jillean is not watching a documentary film or practicing yoga, she is cruising the corridors of art museums for inspiration. Jillean Battle is a licensed attorney, and holds degrees from the University of California, Berkeley and Indiana University School of Law.
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