When a political movement has consistently, in the service of its own power, put lies ahead of truth with respect to Russia, Trump, and associated matters, it simply has to smear those who stared the issue in the face honestly.
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The Lawfare Podcast: Intel Security's Chris Young on Cybersecurity and a Debate on Using Data to Protect Data
Earlier this month, Lawfare held a lunch event in partnership with Intel Security, the Hoover Institution, and the Center for Democracy and Technology on whether Big Data analytics are merely a privacy threat or whether data can also be used to protect data. The event consisted of a speech by Chris Young, general manager of Intel Security, on the current cybersecurity landscape and the way Intel Security seeks to use data to protect privacy. We then held a panel discussion debating whether and how data can be used to protect data and what the implications of that approach are.
This week, the battle between the FBI and Apple in a California court spilled into the broader public debate on encryption and lawful access.
It is a great pleasure to announce Lawfare's new managing editor: Susan Hennessey.
If the name rings a bell and you're not either a spy or a former law school classmate, that's probably because Susan actually has a history with Lawfare. She was one of the site's early student contributors, back when she was at Harvard Law School. Indeed, she was one of the students who showed us just how much useful material we could produce with student writers.