In Episode 55 of the Cyberlaw Podcast, we revive This Week in NSA to explore the claim that GCHQ stole mass quantities of cell phone encryption keys. Meanwhile, Jason explains the complex political battles over Rule 41, Michael explains why so many companies have rallied to Twitter’s first amendment claim against the Justice Department, and… Continue Reading
Episode 54 of the Cyberlaw Podcast features a guest appearance by Lawfare’s own Ben Wittes, discussing cybersecurity in the context of his forthcoming book, The Future of Violence, authored by Ben and Gabriella Blum. (The future of violence, you won’t be surprised to hear, looks bright.) Ben also floats the idea of taping an episode… Continue Reading
In this week’s episode of the Cyberlaw Podcast, I take our new mobile recording equipment to Paris to talk about Europe’s cybersecurity directive with Alex Klimburg, of the Hague Institute for Strategic Studies and the Harvard Kennedy School’s Belfer Center. The directive is in its final stages after a two-year buildup, and the most recent… Continue Reading
Recently, I was the keynote speaker for CityNationalBank’s “Cyberespionage: Who Wants Your Data? And What Can You Do About It?,” where I discussed the increased cyberattacks on law firms involved in international mergers and acquisitions.
In this week’s episode, our guest is Rebecca Richards, NSA’s director of privacy and civil liberties. We ask the tough questions: Is her title an elaborate hoax or is she the busiest woman on the planet? How long will it be before privacy groups blame the Seattle Seahawks’ loss on NSA’s policy of intercepting everything? … Continue Reading