In our ninth episode of the Steptoe Cyberlaw Podcast, Stewart Baker, Michael Vatis, and Jason Weinstein discuss:
- This week in NSA/Snowden: NSA weighs options for 215 data and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence will not disclose the study of storage options; GCHQ’s webcam captures; Canadian extradition flap; ABA President sends letter to NSA
- LabMD falters
- Cellphone unlocking – the long withdrawing roar of copyright maximalism begins
- Holder calls for a national breach notice law – so why don’t we have one?
- Julie Brill’s Princeton speech – big data and consumer privacy
- Report from NSA: Trustycon and the boycott; What’s hot – bot catchers and intelligence driven security
- This week in weird copyright law – what the Google/Islam/takedown decision means
In our second half we have an interview with Adam Sedgewick, Senior Information Technology Policy Advisor at the National Institute of Standards and Technology.