Podcasts

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Lawfare currently hosts eight podcasts, two produced by our staff (The Lawfare Podcast, Rational Security), one produced in cooperation with Goat Rodeo (The Report) and five produced independently (the Cyberlaw Podcast, ChinaTalk, the National Security Law Podcast, Tech Tank and Fault Lines). On this page, you can browse and listen to all of the podcasts we host.  

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The Lawfare Podcast: Information Disorder During and After the Trump Presidency

During his inaugural address yesterday, President Biden spoke about the subject of this podcast: disinformation. “There is truth and there are lies,” Biden said, “lies told for power and for profit.” And he asked Americans to unify rather than “turn inward” against those “who don't get their news from the same sources you do.”

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The Lawfare Podcast: Jeff Kosseff on the Fight Against Online Child Pornography

Private entities—in particular, technology giants like internet service providers, email services and social networks—play a vital role in helping law enforcement fight child pornography online. But the involvement of private entities does not eliminate the Fourth Amendment issues that come with electronic surveillance. In fact, the more the private entities cooperate with the government, the more likely it is that courts will consider them government agents, and the evidence they collect will be subject to the same Fourth Amendment restrictions as apply to law enforcement agencies.

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The Lawfare Podcast: Dan Hemel and Gerard Magliocca on Section 3 of the 14th Amendment

In the wake of the January 6 mob attack on the Capitol, some have called for the invocation of Section 3 of the 14th Amendment. Section 3 disqualifies anyone who has engaged in rebellion or insurrection against United States from public office. In particular, critics of President Trump have seized on this as a potential way of preventing him from running in 2024. Alan Rozenshtein spoke about Section 3 with professors Daniel Hemel of the University of Chicago Law School and Gerard Magliocca of the Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law.

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The Lawfare Podcast: David Kris on the NSA Annex

The NSA this week released a long-awaited update to its signals intelligence policy, which had not been updated since 1988. David Kris, former assistant attorney general for the National Security Division, shortly thereafter produced an even longer paper analyzing the dense and technical policy document. David joined Benjamin Wittes to talk about the significance of this new policy document, what it does and how it is different from the document it replaces.

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The Lawfare Podcast: Jonathan Zittrain on the Great Deplatforming

Yesterday, January 13, the House of Representatives impeached President Trump a second time for encouraging the violent riot in the Capitol Building on January 6. And yet, the impeachment is probably less of a crushing blow to the president than something else that’s happened in recent days: the loss of his Twitter account.

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