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The Cyberlaw Podcast — News Roundup

Posted in China, Cybersecurity and Cyberwar, Privacy Regulation, Russia

214: Dumbest privacy issue of the decade? This episode features a new technology-and-privacy flap. The police finally catch a sadistic serial killer, and the press can’t stop whining about DNA privacy. I argue that DNA privacy is in the running for Dumbest Privacy Issue of the Decade. Because privacy is all about making sure the police can’t… Continue Reading

The Cyberlaw Podcast – Interview with David Sanger

Posted in Cybersecurity and Cyberwar, International, Privacy Regulation

Episode 210: Keeper: Loser, Weeper In the news roundup, Nick Weaver, Ben Wittes, and I talk about the mild reheating of the encryption debate, sparked not just by renewed FBI pleading but by the collapse of the left-lib claim that building in access is impossible because math. The National Academy report on encryption access has demonstrated… Continue Reading

Russian Cyber Sanctions – What you Need to Know

Posted in Cybersecurity and Cyberwar, International

Steptoe’s International Regulation & Compliance group today authored an advisory entitled: “A Detailed Look at the Countering America’s Adversaries Through Sanctions Act.” The advisory lays out President Trump’s newly signed Countering America’s Adversaries Through Sanctions Act targeting Russia, North Korea, and Iran.  An excerpt detailing the implications of this new law on cybersecurity follows: The… Continue Reading

Steptoe Cyberlaw Podcast – News Roundup

Posted in Data Breach, International, Security Programs & Policies

Episode 170 This week’s episode is a news roundup without interview.  We lead with the Senate’s overwhelming adoption of unexpectedly tough Russia sanctions along with the Iran sanctions bill.  The mainstream press has emphasized that the bill will lock the Obama sanctions into legislation, but Anthony Rapa explains that the bigger story is just how… Continue Reading