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Technology and the Bench is an FJC initiative produced in partnership with the Center for Law and Technology at the University of California, Berkeley, School of Law. Other partners for this project include the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts, Princeton University, Cornell University, Carnegie Mellon University, and other scholars and judicial professionals.

The purpose of the series is to provide federal judges with critical information about the many points where technology intersects and interacts with laws and constitutional concerns. Viewers are not expected start practicing new technical skills as a result of this series, although some might. Rather, this series is meant to be a long-term resource and an inside look at the uses, history, and potential legal concerns pertaining to current and future technologies.

Encryption

This program is designed to provide a deep look into the history of encryption along with the modern uses. The video explores some of the constitutional concerns about encryption and provides information that can be useful for judges and court professionals faced with needing more information about this powerful technology and its legal impact.

Cloud Computing

This program provides foundational information about cloud computing technology while also asking judges to think about some important legal concerns regarding the cloud. Topics covered in this video series include definition, history, size/magnitude, uses, categories/types, service models, providers, benefits, and drawbacks.

This program is hosted by the Honorable Anthony Porcelli (M.D. Fla.) and Dr. Justine Sherry (Carnegie Mellon University).

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This video is part of the Technology and the Bench series created by the FJC and the Center for Law and Technology at the University of California, Berkeley, School of Law in partnership with Princeton University. This program provides foundational information about cloud computing technology while also asking judges to think about some important legal concerns regarding the cloud. Topics covered in this video series include: definition, history, size/magnitude, uses, categories/types, service models, providers, benefits, and drawbacks.

This program is hosted by Honorable Anthony Porcelli (M.D. Fla.) and Dr. Justine Sherry (Carnegie Mellon University).

For more information, contact Rhonda Starks at 202-502-4059 or rstarks@fjc.gov.

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