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You Can See My Face, Why Can’t I? Facial Recognition and Brady

Rebecca Darin Goldberg
12 April 2021

Rebecca Darin Goldberg[1]* Table of Contents Introduction I. The Benefits and Risks of Facial Recognition Software A. What is Facial Recognition and How Does it Work? B. The FBI’s Facial Recognition System 268 C. Challenges with Facial Recognition Accuracy and Misuse D. Facial Recognition as an Investigative Tool E. Issues with Eyewitness Identification in Criminal…

“Don’t Be Evil”: Collective Action and Employee Prosocial Activism

Kelley Changfong-Hagen

Kelley Changfong-Hagen[1]*   Table of Contents Introduction I. New Employee Activism in the Technology Sector A. Google B. Microsoft C. Amazon D. Facebook II. The Changing Conception of Work III. Employee Activism and the Protections Under Federal Labor Law A. Protected Concerted Activity Under the National Labor Relations Act B. Contrasting the First Amendment Approach…

Educational Requirements as Barriers to Release for Incarcerated People with Cognitive Disabilities

Victoria Hay

Victoria Hay[1]* Table of Contents Introduction I. Educational Requirements Imposed On People in the Criminal Legal System Who Have Cognitive Disabilities  A. Prevalence of Cognitive Disabilities Among Incarcerated People  B. The Current State of Discretionary Parole C. Educational Requirements in the Criminal Legal System 1. Requirements for Parole 2. Requirements During Incarceration 3. Conditions of…

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