Peter Swire, Jennifer Daskal, Richard Downing

Cloud computing is shifting criminal evidence from the local to the international – evidence is now pervasively held in a different country from where law enforcement officials may seek it. How are companies to enable law enforcement access while protecting privacy and fundamental rights? What will the effects be of the U.S. Cloud Act, E-Evidence in the EU, and countries proposing mandatory data localization? What are the emerging best practices in this area?

Peter Swire, Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business, Senior Counsel, Alston & Bird
Jennifer Daskal, Professor, American University Washington College of Law
Richard Downing, Deputy Assistant Attorney General (Acting), U.S. Department of Justice, Criminal Division

Jennifer Daskal
Jennifer Daskal

Professor
American University Washington College of Law

Peter Swire
Peter Swire

Professor
Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business
Senior Counsel
Alston Bird

Richard Downing
Richard Downing

Deputy Assistant Attorney General (Acting)
U.S. Department of Justice, Criminal Division