Geolocation Technology and Privacy
House Oversight and Government Reform Committee
March 2, 2016
- To consider what the Fourth Amendment means in the digital age and examine the level of protection citizens have over their geolocation data.
- To review law enforcement’s use of devices, data, and technology that obtain geolocation information of individuals.
- To examine the Department of Justice’s policies and procedures governing the use of geolocation data.
Mr. Richard Downing
Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section
U.S. Department of Justice
Mr. Michael R. Doucette
City of Lynchburg, Virginia
Mr. Paul J. Larkin Jr.
Senior Legal Research Fellow
Edwin Meese III Center for Legal and Judicial Studies
The Heritage Foundation
Ms. Neema Singh Guliani
American Civil Liberties Union