On December 17th, Alan Cohn hosted the 244th episode of The Cyberlaw Podcast. We took a deep dive into all things blockchain and cryptocurrency, discussing recent regulatory developments and projections for 2019.
Our guest is Peter W. Singer, co-author with Emerson T. Brooking of LikeWar: The Weaponization of Social Media. Peter’s book is a fine history of the way the Internet went wrong in the Age of Social Media. He thinks we’re losing the Like Wars, and I tend to agree. It’s a deep conversation that turns contentious… Continue Reading
Episode 222: In which I get to play that guy in line for the movie with Woody Allen Our interview is with Megan Stifel, whose paper for Public Knowledge offers a new way of thinking about cybersecurity measures, drawing by analogy on the relative success of sustainability initiatives in spurring environmental consciousness. She holds up… Continue Reading
Episode 169. In Which Ben Wittes Gets to the Right of Stewart Baker, to the Likely Eventual Embarrassment of Them Both In the news roundup, Benjamin Wittes makes a cameo appearance, defending Jim Comey (but not the FBI) from my suggestion that leaking has a long and unattractive history at the FBI. Brian Egan takes… Continue Reading
On December 31, 2015, the US Treasury Department, Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) issued the Cyber-Related Sanctions Regulations (CRSR), 31 C.F.R. Part 578. The CRSR formally implement the sanctions set forth in Executive Order (EO) 13694 of April 1, 2015, which authorizes sanctions against persons involved in malicious “cyber-enabled” activities, and are effective immediately. Read… Continue Reading
Episode 51 of the podcast features a debate on attributing cyberattacks. Our two guests, Thomas Rid and Jeffrey Carr, disagree sharply about how and how well recent cyberattacks can be attributed. Thomas Rid is a Professor of Security Studies at King’s College London and the author of Cyber War Will Not Take Place as… Continue Reading