Fletcher Reads the Newspaper: Apple v. the FBI
Monday, March 14, 2016 from 12:30 PM to 1:45 PM (EDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
We are pleased to announce this semester’s second Fletcher Reads the Newspaper, which convenes a group of interdisciplinary Fletcher experts around a single business-related current news topic. This is a platform for integrating the business skills and contextual knowledge that are central to a Fletcher business education, where panelists and audience members participate in examining the problem – and the solutions – through multiple disciplinary lenses.
Apple v. the FBI
Monday, March 14th
James Stavridis, Dean, Admiral USN (ret)
Michael Glennon,Professor of International Law
Kevin Oye, Professor of Practice, Business Strategy, The Gordon Institute
Moderated by Bhaskar Chakravorti, Senior Associate Dean of International Business and Finance
Join us on March 14th as we delve into the headline-grabbing Apple v. the FBI legal debate, and its potential legal and ethical ramifications for consumers and businesses. Where is the line, between security and privacy? What kind of a precedent would this set for other businesses if the courts rule against Apple? Is Apple right to challenge the FBI?
The evening will open with insights and observations from the panel, followed by audience discussions and feedback from the experts. Participants should prepare by reading the articles below in advance, and come ready to engage and problem-solve!
- 1. Apple v the FBI: Code to ruin?, The Economist
- 2. Apple vs. the FBI Is Really, Really Complicated, Harvard Business Review
- 4. Why Apple Is Right to Challenge an Order to Help the F.B.I, New York Times
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