Mon September 16, 2013
UNC Charlotte will soon hold Constitution Day on its campus. Each year the university picks a constitutional topic to explore, and this year a panel of experts will examine the tension between national security and personal privacy. That panel joins us on Charlotte Talks to look at privacy in a digital age where government agencies could listen to our phone calls, read our texts and access our emails. Do we have any personal privacy left? And is it worth national security? We ask those questions and more when Charlotte Talks, Monday, Sept. 16.
Dr. Cynthia Combs
Clark Walton - Lawyer and adjunct instructor, Charlotte School of Law
Sarah Preston - Policy Director, ACLU, Raleigh office