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Episode 241: “You’ll never know how evil a technology can be until the engineers deploying it fear for their jobs”

Posted in International, Security Programs & Policies

  I propose this episode’s title as Baker’s Law of Evil Technology, something that explains Twitter’s dysfunctional woke-ness, Yahoo’s crappy security, and Uber’s deadly autonomous vehicles. Companies with lots of revenue can afford to offer a lot of stuff they don’t much care about, including protection of minority voices, security, and, um, not killing people…. Continue Reading

Steptoe Cyberlaw Podcast – Interview with Orin Kerr

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

Our guest this week is noted computer law guru Orin Kerr, and the podcast is a deep dive into technology and law. This Week in NSA:  Snowden claims without substantiation that NSA employees are passing naked pix around.  And Greenwald’s venture reports that GCHQ has developed the ability to send spam and to rig web… Continue Reading