European hypocrisy on data protection is a lot like the weather. Everyone complains about it but no one does anything about it. Until today.
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Our guest for episode 115 is Orin Kerr, GWU professor and all-round computer crime guru.
Essentially Equivalent: A Comparison of the Legal Orders for Privacy and Data Protection in the E.U. and U.S.
A new report from Sidley Austin provides a roadmap for the comparative analysis of United States and E.U. member state data protections, following Schrems v. Data Protection Commissioner.
U.S. and European Union data-regulators today reached a new legal framework that will govern the transfer of data across the Atlantic.
If there really is another crypto war in Washington, then this week’s podcast features several war correspondents and at least one victim of PTSD.
How do you graduate as a conservative with two Harvard degrees? We learn this and much more from Senator Tom Cotton (R-AR) who talks 215 reform, the future of 702, and Going Dark.
We’re back from hiatus with a boatload of news and a cautiously libertarian technologist guest in Nick Weaver of the International Computer Science Institute in Berkeley.
Did China’s PLA really stop hacking US companies for commercial secrets? And does it matter? In episode 92, we ask those questions and more of two experts on the topic ‒ Washington Post reporter Ellen Nakashima, and Tony Cole, who has fought off his share of PLA hackers.
Our guest for the podcast is Mark Shuttleworth, founder of Thawte and Canonical/Ubuntu.
Episode #88 of the podcast features an in-depth discussion of China’s Great Cannon with Adam Kozy and Johannes Gilger of Crowdstrike.