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Steptoe Cyberlaw Podcast: Alan Cohn and Maury Shenk Take Over

By Stewart Baker
Wednesday, April 26, 2017, 2:25 PM

In this episode, Alan Cohn and Maury Shenk look at questions in Europe and elsewhere in my absence. Maury delves into why accessible from U.S., a decision that seems at odds with the Microsoft Ireland case. Alan considers claims made by David Sanger and William Broad in The New York Times that, and Jeffrey Lewis’s  in Foreign Policy.  Alan and Maury both remain skeptical.

Leaving the Korean peninsula, Maury discusses the current effort by  to enact e-privacy regulations that would, among other things, put in place detailed standards for location tracking and content associated with metadata.  No surprises, but potentially more headaches for US industry.   And back on U.S. soil, Alan comments on the U.S. Justice Department’s apparent decisions to reconsider  for the CIA cyber-tools leak.  Maury provides some color on the Trump Administration’s (lack of) views on .

Finally, Alan reviews the bidding on dual-use export controls and cyber technologies, explaining both the most recent negotiations under the Wassenaar Arrangement and the to include cyber-surveillance technologies. 

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