Establishing a neutral, international body to take the burden of the Google Spain decision off of search engines could promote individual trust in their use of digital devices whiles allowing innovative internet companies to thrive.
Latest in Right to be Forgotten
Google is pushing back against the European Union’s right to be forgotten.
It’s an extended news roundup with plenty of debate between me and Nuala O’Connor, the President and CEO of the Center for Democracy and Technology (CDT).
What kind of internet world order does China want, and will it succeed? That’s the question we ask Adam Segal, Maurice R. Greenberg Senior Fellow at the Council on Foreign Relation and author of The Hacked World Order.
What is the most surprising discovery a law firm partner makes when he jumps to the National Security Agency? I direct that and other questions at Glenn Gerstell, who has just finished six months in the job as General Counsel at the National Security Agency.
Since the Right to be Forgotten apparently does not require deletion from the World Wide Web of the information itself, there seems to be a business model in this rule for some enterprising party.
Episode #88 of the podcast features an in-depth discussion of China’s Great Cannon with Adam Kozy and Johannes Gilger of Crowdstrike.
Steptoe Cyberlaw Podcast, Episode #83: An Interview with Bruce Schneier at "Privacy. Security. Risk. 2015"
Bruce Schneier joins Stewart Baker and Alan Cohn for an episode recorded live in front of an audience of security and privacy professionals.