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Thursday, May 17 • 12:30 - 12:55
Digital Evidence Forum - Experimental Design Session

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Justice systems across the globe are struggling with how to collect, preserve and analyze the tidal wave of digital information being captured through social media and other online sources. There are countless stakeholders involved in the effort to optimize the use of digital evidence in human rights and humanitarian law cases - from first responders on the ground to analysts and investigators collecting and processing data to prosecutors bringing cases before international and national courts. 

What is the ideal platform to build a field-of-practice around the use of digital evidence - something that will be localized, dynamic, collaborative and, most importantly, useful to the wide-ranging community that is seeking impact with this trove of data? 

To answer this question, the Human Rights Center at UC Berkeley and WITNESS are seeking input from a wide range of actors in the space. Please join us for this informal discussion in the Community Village.

Speakers
avatar for Lindsay Freeman

Lindsay Freeman

Research Fellow, Human Rights Center, UC Berkeley
Lindsay Freeman is an international criminal lawyer based in The Hague. Her research focuses on the use of digital evidence in international and national criminal proceedings and on developing international standards for open source investigations. She has worked in prosecutor... Read More →
avatar for Tara Vassefi

Tara Vassefi

Visiting Scholar, Human Rights Center at UC Berkeley
Would love to talk chat with you about the disparate worlds of humanitarian/human rights law (esp. digital evidence) and/or national security (esp. counter-terrorism).


Thursday May 17, 2018 12:30 - 12:55
Village Main Stage

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