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.
Download the ninth episode (mp3).
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