His talk is about the future of privacy and individual rights with the evolving technology or drones and facial recognition. The future is here, 1984 is becoming a reality. The issues that will change the face of our society and the law over the next decade will be privacy and it will create or destroy any world.
After graduating from the University of North Florida, Professor Martino accepted a positIon as staff member with the Office of Congressman Ander Crenshaw. He attended Florida Coastal School of Law and was member of the Moot Court Honor Board. He is Professor at Florida State college at Jacksonville and he was Assistant Director of the Forensics program at FSCJ. The program was awarded a bronze medal at the Phi Rho Pi National Competition over 100 other participating colleges from across the nation.
Professor Martino still stays active in the practice of law focusing on constitutional, criminal, and appellate law. He is concerned about how evolving technologies are impacting our privacy and individual rights. He is in the edge of law practice, privacy, and emerging technologies.