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February 12 @ 12:45 pm - 2:00 pm
The reappearance of wolves in Northern California for the first time since 1924 has sparked a debate about the use of invasive monitoring techniques such as surveillance collars. Critics argue that this monitoring constrains animals’ movement and increases vulnerability to hunters. Henry Lininger and Tom Lininger have proposed a doctrine of wildlife privacy that would import some aspects of Fourth Amendment jurisprudence to limit wildlife surveillance. Their article, Unlocking the “Virtual Cage” of Wildlife Surveillance, appeared recently in the Duke Environmental Law and Policy Forum. They will make a presentation to the Stanford SALDF chapter on Monday, February 12 for a presentation on their research. All are welcome!