JusticeTech DL: Florida updates data law; banning tech books for prisoners + Jobs

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I wrote about the updated Florida criminal justice data law and the work undertaken by Measures for Justice around the U.S. (ABA Journal)

The Supreme Court of Georgia will decide whether or not police need a warrant to get data from a suspect's car. (cnet)

Prisons are banning books on technology, including how to code manuals. (Vice) (H/t Howard Henderson)

The San Francisco DA thinks AI will diminish bias in prosecution. (NPR) As always, the technology itself raises concerns of bias and opacity. (Atlantic) (H/t Alana Csaposs)

FBI and DHS revealed child abuse victims' names through Facebook IDs. (Forbes)

Seventy two police officers were pulled from street duty in Philadelphia after violent, bigoted social media posts came to light. (Slate)

Thorn is trying to stop child sex trafficking through facial recognition technology. (Wired) (H/t David Rust-Smith)


Tel Aviv University's Cyberweek conference from June 23-27 will cover a host of topics, including the ethics of AI in criminal justice systems, which I'll be speaking on. (Cyberweek)

The National Network to End Domestic Violence is hosting its Technology Summit in San Francisco, July 29-31. (NNEDV)

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 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)

Everytown for Gun Safety and MIT are looking for plans to redesign urban areas and slums. Deadline is July 1. (Everytown) (H/t Elizabeth Grossman)

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) (H/t Keith Porcaro)

Paladin needs a software engineer and an account manager. (Paladin)

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

University of California Irvine has a role open for a digital rights fellow at the law school's International Justice Clinic. (UCI)

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

Yale Law School is looking for a post-doc research manager that'll focus on social media governance and public trust in legal authorities, including the criminal justice system. (YLS)