SALDF, SIEL, and NEDC present: Tom and Henry Lininger - Invasive Surveillance of Wildlife: A Matter of Life or Death?
Date: 12:00pm - 1:00pm PST November 10, 2017 Location: Legal Research Center
Legal Research Center
The use of surveillance collars to monitor wildlife populations has sparked controversy in Oregon and other states, where wildlife officials are tracking and killing wolves to avoid “conflicts” with humans and livestock. Henry Lininger and Tom Lininger have proposed a doctrine of wildlife privacy that would import some aspects of Fourth Amendment jurisprudence to limit wildlife surveillance. Their article, Unlocking the “Virtual Cage” of Wildlife Surveillance, appeared recently in the Duke Environmental Law and Policy Forum.
All are welcome and free lunch provided in LRC Room #5! With questions contact Maral Cavner and Ashlyn Whitbeck at email@example.com.