Episode 178: The Evil Dolphin Episode

The Cyberlaw Podcast kicks off a series exploring section 702 – the half-US/half-foreign collection program that has proven effective against terrorists while also proving controversial with civil liberties groups.  With the program due to expire on December 31, we’ll examine the surveillance controversies spawned by the program. Today, we

147: Introducing the Herman Kahn of Cyberspace

Our guest interview is with Jack Goldsmith, Shattuck Professor of Law at Harvard and co-founder of Lawfare.  We explore his contrarian view of how to deal with Russian hacking, which leads to me praising (or defaming, take your pick) him as a Herman Kahn for cyberconflict.  Except what’s

The Autonomous Weapon Who Went to the Beach

Episode 140 features long-time New York Times reporter, John Markoff, on the past and future of artificial intelligence and its ideological converse – the effort to make machines that augment rather than replace human beings.  Our conversation covers everything from robots, autonomous weapons, and Siri to

We couldn’t resist.  This week’s topic is of course President-elect Trump and what his election could mean for All Things Cyber.  It features noted cybercommentator Paul Rosenzweig and Daily Beast reporter Shane Harris. 

In the news, we’re reminded of the old Wall Street saying that bulls and bears can both make money in the market

Our guest for the episode is Rob Silvers, the assistant secretary for cybersecurity policy at DHS.  He talks about what the government can and should do about newly potent DDOS attacks and the related problem of the Internet of Things.  The only good news: insecure debrillators and pacemakers may kill you, but they

Philip Woolfson and I wrote an article for PL&B International about data portability, a new requirement of data protection law which will be introduced when the European Union General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) applies on May 25, 2018.  Under this new regulation, data subjects have acquired a right to data portability (RDP). This article looks