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Call for Applications: Cybersecurity Tech Bootcamp for Law & Policy Professionals v1.1 (Austin, October 23-24)

Last May, the cybersecurity program at UT-Austin’s Strauss Center hosted a well-received 1.5 day technical bootcamp for law and policy professionals who are interested in cybersecurity but who seek greater fluency with related technical concepts.  The idea was to provide a deep dive into a select set of relevant topics, assuming no prior technical knowledge on the part of any attendees (many attendees knew a great deal about the legal and policy aspects of this topic, but not the technical side).

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The Cyberlaw Podcast: Will AI Save the Internet From Vladimir Putin ... and Matt Drudge?

Our guest is Peter W. Singer, co-author with Emerson T. Brooking of LikeWar: The Weaponization of Social Media. Peter’s book is a fine history of the way the Internet went wrong in the Age of Social Media. He thinks we’re losing the Like Wars, and I tend to agree. It’s a deep conversation that turns contentious when we come to his prescriptions, which I see as reinstating the lefty elite that ran journalism for decades, this time empowered by even less self-doubt—and AI that can reproduce its prejudices at scale and without transparency.

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