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Bridging Divides: Interfacing with Law Enforcement and Intelligence Agencies

This session will bring together government agents and in-house counsel, who often must call upon one another to investigate and stop cyber threats from hackers, terrorist organizations and violent extremist groups. What issues arise when digital companies seek the aid of government in response to hacking and other online threats, including those from state actors like Russia and North Korea? How should platforms respond to government requests for cooperation in stopping terrorists from recruiting and spreading propaganda, while maintaining principles of free speech, transparency, and privacy? Where should digital companies draw the line on permitting intrusive surveillance and data requests? Our panel will explore the state of the relationship between tech and government and attempt to find common ground.

Panelists:
Samir Jain, Former Senior Director for Cybersecurity Policy, National Security Council (Moderator)
Shawn M. Bradstreet, Resident Agent in Charge, U.S. Secret Service
Catherine Crump, Acting Director, Samuelson Law, Technology & Public Policy Clinic, UC Berkeley School of Law
Nicole Jones, Associate General Counsel – Global Law Enforcement and Safety, Google Inc.
M.K. Palmore, Assistant Special Agent-In-Charge, FBI San Francisco – Cyber Branch

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Lightning Round: Roundup of Key Legal Developments

Our lightning round panel will discuss the key takeaways from new developments in topics critical to clients publishing, monetizing, and utilizing digital content, including: (1) the Lanham Act (including commercialization of online content), (2) the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (including delegation and authorization to access on behalf others), (3) copyrightability (including APIs, and also Batmobiles), and (4) intermediary liability (including Section 230 and related protections).

Panelists:   
Timothy Alger, Shareholder, Greenberg Traurig LLP (Moderator)
Jonathan H. Blavin, Partner, Munger Tolles & Olson LLP
Simon Frankel, Partner, Covington & Burling
Roger Myers, Partner, Bryan Cave LLP
Makesha Patterson, Litigation Counsel, Google Inc.

Crypto-Controversy: Beyond the San Bernardino iPhone Dispute

While the legal battle between Apple and the FBI created a firestorm of controversy, this session will aim to take our audience beyond the sensational headlines and political rhetoric, and delve into the technology, legal issues and public policy concerns at stake. The discussion among these distinguished panelists will be geared to educate conference attendees, and the public, on the tension between privacy and law enforcement that has resulted from the advancement of encryption and security technology.

Panelists:
Sarah Jeong, Contributing Editor, Motherboard (Moderator)
Theodore J. Boutrous, Jr., Partner, Gibson Dunn & Crutcher LLP
Hon. Eileen M. Decker, U.S. Attorney for the Central Dist. of California
Jim Dempsey, Executive Director, Berkeley Center for Law & Technology
Daniel Kahn Gillmor, Senior Staff Technologist, ACLU
Hon. Stephen G. Larson, Partner, Larson O’Brien LLP