In episode 109, we interview Perianne Boring of the Chamber of Digital Commerce on the regulatory challenges of bitcoin and the blockchain.
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Yesterday, the Department of Justice filed a motion to vacate a hearing previously scheduled for today on whether Apple can be compelled to unlock the iPhone of Syed Farook, one of the shooters in the San Bernardino attacks.
Could both of the magistrate judge rulings in the dueling Apple-FBI disputes in Brooklyn and San Bernardino to date be wrong? We believe that the answer is "yes," and explain why the best reading of the All Writs Act compels that counterintuitive result.
The second in a series of primers for those who are interested in the continuing fallout from Apple’s decision to resist government requests for technical assistance in overcoming passcode protections on iPhones.
Do you need to get up to speed on the latest developments in the Apple vs FBI iPhone dispute, but either lack the time to read the brief Apple filed yesterday or the context to decode it? I’m here to help, in FAQ format.
Don't be fooled by the technology giant's pitchforks and torches rhetoric on the Justice Department's San Bernadino investigation.
The precedent the FBI seeks in the San Bernardino case is frighteningly broad.