Legalizing Privacy: Why and How
Today a perfect storm–our technological lifestyle and highly specialized economy, combined with a legal doctrine that is, at best, misapplied—has produced a modern-day “prohibition” of privacy that has potentially catastrophic consequences. These consequences, as Amy Peikoff will explain in this talk, derive from privacy’s indispensable role in a life of virtue. She will also show how recognizing a “right to privacy” has, ironically resulted in us having less privacy, and present a model for the legal protection of privacy that will allow us to eliminate the “third-party doctrine” used to justify the NSA’s indiscriminate data collection programs.
A Dinner and Talk featuring
Dr. Amy Peikoff
Southwestern Law School
Saturday, January 10, 2015
5:00 – 9:00 PM
C.B. & Potts
6575 S Greenwood Plaza Blvd
Englewood, CO 80111
5:00 PM: Cocktails, Dinner (Cash)
7:00 PM: Announcements
7:15 PM: Talk with Q/A
Advance General Admission: $35 per person ($40 after 1/2)
At the Door General Admission: $40 per person
Seating at Head Table with Speaker (space limited): $75 ($80 after 1/2)
Please Note: Purchase does not include dinner; order directly at event
Online reservations before January 7, 2014, or at the door.
About the speaker:
Amy Peikoff earned her BS in math/applied science and her JD at UCLA, where she served as an editor on the UCLA Law Review. After completing her law degree she went to USC, where she earned her PhD in philosophy. She has taught at Southwestern Law School, Chapman University School of Law, the United States Air Force Academy, University of North Carolina, and University of Texas. She has published academic articles on the right to privacy, Searle’s theory of rational action, and aspects of the novels of Ayn Rand. She has also published several opinion pieces in leading newspapers and has appeared on Fox News, as well as in the documentary, Ayn Rand & The Prophecy of Atlas Shrugged. She is currently working on a book, Legalizing Privacy: Why and How, which discusses the value of privacy for the virtuous life and the proper means of protecting it.
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