CHANTILLY, VA--(Marketwired - Sep 28, 2015) - Are Google, Apple and Twitter concerned about customer privacy? Do Microsoft and Facebook fear financial backlash from customers upset over government surveillance? Are court orders for lawful intercept on the rise, and are U.S. law enforcement agencies too aggressive in pursuing investigations of suspected criminals and terrorists?

Subsentio General Counsel Joel Margolis will present both sides of the debate this Wednesday September 30th in a special presentation at ISS World Americas on the growing legal deadlock between America's Internet giants and law enforcement over routine court orders to obtain evidence on criminals and terrorists.

Margolis will examine the debate fueling an escalating judicial battle between law enforcement agencies that uphold public safety and national security, and Internet companies cast in the role of defenders of privacy rights. Margolis will summarize relevant court cases, highlight the commonalities, underscore the extreme duration and cost of the litigation, and examine prospects -- if any -- for judicial war and peace between the two sides.

About Subsentio
Subsentio, the CALEA Compliance Company™, provides total solutions for compliance with surveillance laws including the Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act. Subsentio's CALEA service bureau model is unique in the industry, providing all components essential to compliance with the law, including outstanding technology, legal expertise, and direct experience in law enforcement. The company is based in Centennial, Colorado.

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Jim Crawford, for Subsentio