The 2021 NAAG Eastern Region Conference, The Surveillance Economy: How Attorneys General Protect Privacy, Safety, and Equality in the Information Age, addressed ways that attorney general offices can balance the many complex issues presented by rapid advances in technology including the collision of controversial legal ideals and technologies, how to protect individual privacy and autonomy in the surveillance economy, and legislative enactments to protect privacy in the digital age.

Fireside Chat

The Supreme Court and Evolving Legal Principles of Privacy, AI, and Racial Disparities

The Surveillance Economy

Keynote Speaker

Privacy in the Information Age: Legislative and Policy Approaches

What's Next for Law Enforcement: Cryptocurrency and Public Protection