JusticeTech DL: Deepfake Revenge Porn, Automated Expungement + Jobs

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News



After passing "Clean Slate" legislation, Pennsylvania begins automated expungement. (RouteFifty) (H/t Nick Maroney)

While pioneering predictive policing, some cops in LA think it doesn't work. (LA Times)

Defendants that don't pay fees associated with their ankle monitors can wind up in jail. (NYT)

Police in Britain face calls to stop using facial recognition. (Guardian) The London Metropolitan Police's use of the tech has an 81% inaccuracy rate. (Sky)

The Center for Court Innovation says there's no way to get racial bias out of risk assessments. (CCI) So, what can be done? (Marshall Project)

Law enforcement--and just about anyone else--can increasingly get access to satellite imagery. (Tech Review)

Prosecutors in Nova Scotia, Canada have created a plain language guide for survivors of sexual assault. (Lexis)

Anyone can now search Virginia's criminal and traffic court records. (VA Courts) The Old Dominion also made sharing Deepfake revenge porn a crime. (Ars)

Amazon, which owns doorbell camera company Ring, set up a sting with police in Colorado that led to nothing. (Vice)

The administrative office of the Georgia courts got hit with a ransomware attack. (AJC)

Events



The Maintainers are putting on a third conference focused on maintenance, infrastructure and repair in Washington D.C., October 6-9. (Maintainers)

ASSETS is calling for papers regarding AI fairness and those with disabilities for a workshop in Pittsburgh on Oct. 27. (ASSETS)

The American Society of Criminology meeting is happening in San Francisco between November 13-16. (ASC)

Jobs & Opportunities



ACLU national is looking for a director of product management. (ACLU)

AI Now Institute is looking for an executive director and a post-doc researcher. (AI Now)

Arnold Ventures has a bunch of job openings in their various criminal justice tracks. (Arnold)

The Chan Zuckerberg Initiative has a user experience researcher, operations associate and senior engineer openings in their Justice and Opportunity vertical. (CZI)

The Future Society is looking for interns. (TFS)

Georgetown Law Center needs a program manager who focuses on algorithmic fairness and people with disabilities. (GU)

The Berkman Klein Center at Harvard University seeks a clinical instructor to join their Cyberlaw Clinic. (HU)

Paladin needs a software engineer. (Paladin)

Thorn has a number of positions open for engineers, product managers and sales. (Thorn)

Uptrust, a court reminder platform, is looking for a front end engineer and tech lead manager. (Uptrust)