November 8-10th, 2013
Privacy versus Security:the loss of individualism?
The Warwick Center, Warwick, N.Y.
Free Transportation to and from the Pace campuses is provided.
Please register to join us for this all-expenses paid weekend to consider timely and importance questions regarding the state of our democracy. The Weekend Seminar provides free lodging, meals and transportation to and from the Pace campuses.
Deadline Extension: October 21, 2013
Join students, faculty and alumni in an intellectually stimulating and socially engaging weekend of discussion and debate. We will consider such questions as:
- Has September 11, 2001 led to an increase in the government’s need to collect massive databases to make us feel secure?
- What does this data reveal about you?
- Is the government the only one collecting data about Americans?
- Will our Constitution change as a result of the government’s need to collect data: e.g., will the 4th Amendment’s protection against unlawful searches be amended?
- Why does this data need to be collected?
- Who will be the winners/losers in this data collection revolution?
- What academic disciplines should be involved in this discussion on privacy versus security?
- Do you care if everyone knows everything about you?
- What can and should we do to prevent our loss of individualism?
- How are we at Pace University working towards helping all understand the threats we face, both real and imagined?
Faculty Leaders: Dr. Joseph Ryan and Dr. Hasan Arslan, Homeland Security
Complete the appropriate reservation form below and return to Norma Quiridumbay at firstname.lastname@example.org