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Episode 259: Why France understands Chinese policy better than the rest of us

Posted in AI, CFIUS, China, Cloud Computing, European Union, International, Russia

  Our News Roundup is hip deep in China stories. The inconclusive EU – China summit gives Matthew Heiman and me a chance to explain why France understands – and hates – China’s geopolitical trade strategy more than most. Maury Shenk notes that the Pentagon’s reported plan to put a bunch of Chinese suppliers on… Continue Reading

Steptoe Cyberlaw Podcast – Interview with Melanie Teplinsky

Posted in Cybersecurity and Cyberwar, Data Breach, International, Privacy Regulation, Security Programs & Policies

If there really is another crypto war in Washington, then this week’s podcast features several war correspondents and at least one victim of PTSD.  Our guest is Melanie Teplinsky, former cybersecurity lawyer at Steptoe, adjunct professor at American University’s Washington College of Law, advisory board member for Crowdstrike, and a regular columnist on privacy and… Continue Reading

Steptoe Cyberlaw Podcast – Interview with Bruce Schneier

Posted in China, Cybersecurity and Cyberwar, Data Breach, International, Privacy Regulation, Security Programs & Policies

Bruce Schneier joins Stewart Baker and Alan Cohn for an episode recorded live in front of an audience of security and privacy professionals.  Appearing at the conference Privacy.Security.Risk. 2015., sponsored by the IAPP and the Cloud Security Alliance, Bruce Schneier talks through recent developments in law and technology. The three of us stare into the pit… Continue Reading

Steptoe Cyberlaw Podcast – Interview with David Anderson

Posted in Blockchain, China, Cybersecurity and Cyberwar, Data Breach, PCLOB, Privacy Regulation, Security Programs & Policies, Virtual Currency

Privacy advocates are embracing a recent report recommending that the government require bulk data retention by carriers and perhaps web service providers, exercise extraterritorial jurisdiction over data stored abroad, and expand reliance on classified judicial warrants.  In what alternative universe is this true, you ask?  No need to look far.  That’s the state of the… Continue Reading