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Tuesday, October 4, 2011
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1:06 – 1:30: OPEN
1:30 – 1:58:30
California Attorney General Kamala Harris is rejecting a proposed nationwide settlement that would allow banks accused of wrongdoing in the foreclosure crisis to free themselves from further liability with a one-time payment to the states. On Friday, Harris called the proposed settlement “inadequate.” Instead, she’s independently pursuing an investigation on behalf of
Kamala Harris (CALM-a-la), Attorney General,
Ken Kelly, homeowner in
TBA, Financial Services Roundtable
2:06 – 2:30
Big Brother GPS tracking: your privacy vs. your city and country’s safety?
Yesterday was the first day of the Supreme Court 2011-2012 term, and one of the most hotly contested cases it will take up asks if the police and FBI can secretly attach a GPS tracking device to anyone’s car for anyone reason, without a warrant. The case,
In the age of technology like GPS, OnStar and Facebook, is privacy a thing of the past for those wanting to stay plugged in; are privacy concerns a generational issue? Is warrantless GPS tracking a dangerous civil rights precedent to set? Or, is greater national safety worth the loss of privacy?
IN FAVOR OF TRACKING:
former LAPD Chief; chairman of Kroll, a risk consulting company of Altegrity, Inc.
2:30 – 2:39: OPEN
2:41:30 – 2:58:30
Hollywood Left and Right: How Movie Stars Shaped American Politics
Separation of church and state is a concept many Americans agree should be applied in politics, but what about a separation between
Steven J. Ross, film historian and author of “Hollywood Left and Right”
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