The big news of the week was a Fifth Circuit decision upholding Texas social media regulation law. It was poorly received by the usual supporters of social media censorship but I found it both remarkably well written and surprisingly persuasive. That does not mean it will survive the almost inevitable Supreme Court review but
Episode 419: Cyber Persistence
Just when you thought you had a month free of the Cyberlaw Podcast, it turns out that we are persisting, at least a little. This month we offer a bonus episode, in which Dave Aitel and I interview Michael Fischerkeller, one of three authors of “Cyber Persistence Theory: Redefining National Security in Cyberspace.”
Steptoe Cyberlaw Podcast – Interview with Adam Segal
What kind of internet world order does China want, and will it succeed? That’s the question we ask Adam Segal, Maurice R. Greenberg Senior Fellow at the Council on Foreign Relation and author of The Hacked World Order. We review China’s surprising success at getting tech companies to help it build an authoritarian Internet – the technological equivalent of persuading Jello to nail itself to the wall. Meanwhile, every nation, it seems, is busy reasserting sovereignty over cyberspace. Except the United States. Which raises the question whether other countries will decide to assert sovereignty over our cyberspace. We’re the Syria of cyberspace!
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Steptoe Cyberlaw Podcast – Hostfull
Still trying to dig out from under our hiatus backlog, we devote episode 80 to our regulars. We’ll bring back a guest next week. This week it’s a double dose of Jason Weinstein, Michael Vatis, Stewart Baker, and Congress-watcher Doug Kantor.
Michael offers an analysis of the Second Circuit’s oral argument…