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28 Nov 2022, 3:07 pm by Stewart Baker
[Episode 432 of the Cyberlaw Podcast] We spend much of this episode of the Cyberlaw Podcast talking about toxified tech – new technology that is being demonized by the press and others. [read post]
23 Nov 2022, 10:51 am by William Appleton
Stewart Baker, Brian Fleming, Charles-Albert Helleputte, and Michael Ellis sat down to discuss Elon Musk’s recent takeover of Twitter, the U.S. [read post]
21 Nov 2022, 4:35 pm by Stewart Baker
[Episode 431 of the Cyberlaw Podcast] The Cyberlaw Podcast leads with the growing legal cost of Elon Musk's anti-authoritarian takeover of Twitter. [read post]
18 Nov 2022, 2:23 pm by William Appleton
Stewart Baker sat down with Adam Klein, Nick Weaver, and Chinny Sharma to discuss the results of the 2022 midterm elections, the British government's plan to scan all the country’s internet-connected devices for vulnerabilities, the Russian sanctions imposed on Dmitri Alperovitch, and more: Anderson also examined the use of the 2002 Authorization for Use of Military Force (AUMF) and the gradual expansion of its use by the executive branch in the first of a two-part… [read post]
15 Nov 2022, 12:01 pm by Stewart Baker
[Episode 430 of the Cyberlaw Podcast] We open this episode of the Cyberlaw Podcast by considering the (still evolving) results of the 2022 federal election. [read post]
10 Nov 2022, 1:59 pm by William Appleton
  Stewart Baker sat down with Dmitri Alperovitch, David Kris, and Sultan Meghji to discuss potential abuses of a Chinese reporting requirement for software vulnerabilities, Microsoft’s role in developing artificial intelligence in China, the National Security Agency’s report on supply chain security, and more: Jordan Schneider sat down with Emily Weinstein and Tim Hwang, research fellows at Georgetown’s Center for Security and Emerging Technology, to discuss… [read post]
7 Nov 2022, 4:07 pm by Stewart Baker
[Episode 429 of the Cyberlaw Podcast] The war that began with the Russian invasion of Ukraine grinds on. [read post]
4 Nov 2022, 11:56 am by William Appleton
  David Priess chatted with Vince Houghton, director of the National Cryptologic Museum, about the reality and fictional representation of cryptography, the highly unusual objects on display at the museum, and cinematic depictions of ciphers or code: And Stewart Baker sat down with Nate Jones, Jordan Schneider, and Jamil Jaffer to discuss a criminal investigation into Tesla, the recent indictment of two Chinese spies, the Transportation Security Administration’s new… [read post]
1 Nov 2022, 7:14 am by Stewart Baker
[Episode 428 of the Cyberlaw Podcast] You heard it on the Cyberlaw Podcast first, as we did a mashup of the week's top stories: Nate Jones commenting on Elon Musk's expected troubles running Twitter at a profit and Jordan Schneider noting the U.S. government's creeping, halting moves to constrain TikTok's sway in the U.S. market. [read post]
28 Oct 2022, 1:50 pm by William Appleton
Stewart Baker sat down with Nick Weaver and Dave Aitel to discuss the difficulties the FBI has faced in becoming the nation’s principal resource on cybercrime and cybersecurity, the possible national security aspects of Elon Musk’s plan to buy Twitter, the Texas attorney general’s lawsuit against Google, and more: Hadley Baker and Pompilio shared the Justice Department’s Oct. 26 memo announcing new regulations that codify its revised news media… [read post]
24 Oct 2022, 6:51 pm by Stewart Baker
[Episode 427 of the Cyberlaw Podcast] This episode features Nick Weaver, Dave Aitel and I exploring a Pro Publica story (and forthcoming book) on the FBI's difficulties in seeking to become the nation's principal resource on cybercrime and cybersecurity. [read post]
21 Oct 2022, 1:48 pm by William Appleton
Stewart Baker, Richard Stiennon, Mark MacCarthy, and David Kris sat down to discuss the latest disruption in China’s semiconductor industry, the market for identity security, the new White House National Security Strategy, PayPal’s new misinformation policy, and more: John Foote scrutinized U.S. [read post]
17 Oct 2022, 4:41 pm by Stewart Baker
[Episode 426 of the Cyberlaw Podcast] David Kris opens this episode of the Cyberlaw Podcast by laying out some of the massive disruption that the Biden Administration has kicked off in China's semiconductor industry – and among its Western suppliers. [read post]
14 Oct 2022, 2:48 pm by William Appleton
Stewart Baker, Nick Weaver, Matthew Heiman, and Brian Fleming sat down to discuss the White House Blueprint for an AI Bill of Rights, the criminal conviction of Uber’s CSO Joe Sullivan, new export restrictions on U.S. technology and its implications for U.S. [read post]
12 Oct 2022, 3:37 am by Stewart Baker
[Episode 425 of the Cyberlaw Podcast Looks at the White House "AI Bill of Rights"] It's been a jam-packed week of cyberlaw news, but the big debate of the episode is triggered by the White House blueprint for an AI 'bill of rights'. [read post]
10 Oct 2022, 3:07 pm by Stewart Baker
[The Dangerous Cure for "AI bias"] You probably haven't given much thought recently to the wisdom of racial and gender quotas that allocate jobs and other benefits to racial and gender groups based on their proportion of the population. [read post]
7 Oct 2022, 2:57 pm by William Appleton
Stewart Baker sat down with Jane Bambauer, Gus Hurwitz, and Mark MacCarthy to discuss the Supreme Court’s decision to review Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act and its liability protections for large platforms, content moderation, some recent developments from the Federal Trade Commission, and more:   David Priess sat down for a conversation with Martijn Rasser, senior fellow and director of the Technology and National Security Program at the Center for… [read post]
3 Oct 2022, 9:01 pm by Vikram David Amar and Jason Mazzone
By the time the other (Mazzone) graduated in 1997, just nine years later, Clarence Thomas had replaced Justice Thurgood Marshall (and Justices Brennan, Marshall, and Blackmun were gone) and the Rehnquist Court’s federalism revolution (led by Justice Sandra Day O’Connor, whose federalism views were much sharper than those of her predecessor, Justice Potter Stewart) was underway. [read post]
3 Oct 2022, 6:17 pm by Stewart Baker
[Episode 424 of the Cyberlaw Podcast] We open today's episode with early news of the Supreme Court's decision to review whether section 230 protects platforms from liability for materially assisting terror groups whose speech they distribute (or even recommend). [read post]
3 Oct 2022, 9:56 am by Elim
Fuerst & Hamish Stewart, Sopinka, Lederman & Bryant: The Law of Evidence in Canada, 6th ed. [read post]