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Join us for thought provoking conversations on surveillance, digital privacy, and cybersecurity law and policy in the information age. Each week, hosts Dave Bittner and Ben Yelin break down the headlines, legal cases, and policy battles that matter most.
 
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Guest Dean Gonsowski of ActiveNav joins Dave to discuss data privacy legislation and data governance, Ben explains a Supreme Court Justice’s take on Section 230, and Dave's got the story from Wired that wonders about the online curation of our memories. While this show covers legal topics, and Ben is a lawyer, the views expressed do not constitute …
 
Guest Konstantinos Komaitis from the nonprofit Internet Society joins Dave to discuss the unintended consequences of uninformed online regulatory policies, Ben describes a class-action suit against Google alleging the sale of personal data, and Dave's got the story of a prison surveillance company keeping tabs on people outside the prison walls. Wh…
 
Guest is Donna Grindle CEO at Kardon and cohost of the Help Me with HIPAA podcast joins us with an update to the HITECH Act, Ben takes a closer look at video surveillance and privacy issues being argued in front of the First Circuit Court, and Dave looks at Facebook’s spotty record when it comes to reigning in their algorithms. While this show cove…
 
Guest is Heather Federman of BigID on the impact of Virginia's new Consumer Data Protection Act, Ben's story looks at potential reactions from the Biden White House to the SolarWinds hack, Dave's story shares the growing momentum behind a Google antitrust suit, and our Listener on the Line from the UK has some questions on the Instagram having the …
 
Guest is author Jason Boyce on his book, "The Amazon Jungle," Ben Looks at cell phone data gathered during the January 6th Capitol riot. Dave has statements from Senator Ron Wyden to an online advertising trade association. While this show covers legal topics, and Ben is a lawyer, the views expressed do not constitute legal advice. For official leg…
 
Guest Bob Ackerman from Allegis Cyber talks about the potential effect of Federal regulation on the IoT security space, Ben looks at Virginia’s new privacy legislation, and Dave digs into a study on engagement with far left and far right content on Facebook. While this show covers legal topics, and Ben is a lawyer, the views expressed do not consti…
 
Guest Major Jess Dawson from Army Cyber Institute joins Dave to talk about microtargeting as information warfare, Ben's story looks at efforts to keep the government from tracking your location, and Dave has the story that wonders if gathering congress’ cell phone records is constitutional. While this show covers legal topics, and Ben is a lawyer, …
 
Guest Mary Lee from the Rand Corporation joins Dave to discuss the Internet of Bodies (IoB): Opportunities, Risks and Governance, Ben looks at a state tax on social media advertising, and Dave's got the story of members of congress working with the Biden administration on Section 230 reforms. While this show covers legal topics, and Ben is a lawyer…
 
Guest Ameesh Divatia from Baffle joins Dave to discuss whether it’s time for a national privacy referendum, Ben looks at a plan congressional democrats are cooking up for section 230 of the communications decency act. and Dave has the story of a clever technique police officers are using to prevent being live streamed. While this show covers legal …
 
We have guest Jenna Waters from True Digital Security looking back at the last year of Covid and how that’s affected privacy, particularly in the medical field, Ben looks at a tool that can help determine if your image is part of a facial recognition library, and Dave has the story of law enforcement dodging public records rules through the use of …
 
We have guest Sophie Chase-Borthwick of Calligo joining us to discuss "The Top 3 Data Privacy Points the New U.S. Administration Must Focus On," Ben examines the ongoing online hunt for Capitol rioters, and Dave looks at the challenge of upholding free speech in the age of online digital platforms. While this show covers legal topics, and Ben is a …
 
On this week’s show Dave speaks with guest Andrew Burt from the Yale Information Society Project (ISP) on Digital Future Whitepaper Series first whitepaper, "Nowhere to Hide: Data, Cyberspace, and the Dangers of the Digital World," Ben looks at the shift to more secure messaging apps in the fallout of Parler going offline, and Dave has the story of…
 
On this week’s show Dave speaks with guest Dr. Dennis Hirsch from the Ohio State University's Risk Institute on his research on data ethics, and we unpack the aftermath of the riot and attack on the US Capitol, and the security and privacy issues that have arisen as a result. While this show covers legal topics, and Ben is a lawyer, the views expre…
 
On this week’s show, we've got Dave's conversation with David Forscey with the Aspen Institute on their new Cybersecurity Collaborative Network, Ben shares why we were late getting started recording Caveat for 2021, Ben's story covers the ongoing issues with facial recognition software, and Dave has the story of California upholding restrictions on…
 
Ben shares a story about dressing for privacy, Dave has the tale of location data putting an innocent man at the scene of a crime, and later in the show our interview with Admiral James Stavridis. He is the former Supreme Allied Commander of NATO. While this show covers legal topics, and Ben is a lawyer, the views expressed do not constitute legal …
 
Dave has a story about police foundations buying hacking tools for local law enforcement, Ben looks at California’s prop-24 fight over the future of privacy, Dave takes a look at the conclusions of a House report that many of tech’s biggest firms are enjoying unfair monopoly power, and later in the show our conversation with Travis Leblanc from Coo…
 
Ben covers a privacy story of California dealing with Uber, Dave's got the story of the FTC demanding information from social media companies, Listener on the Line Mitch has a throwback to an older episode's use of "weasel words," and later in the show, Dave's conversation with Michelle Litteken from Morris, Manning & Martin, LLP on an unexpected c…
 
Ben looks at potential antitrust suits against Facebook, Dave looks at anti-hate speech laws in Germany that are serving as models for authoritarians around the world, our international LOTL asks about what the privacy of instant messaging platforms looks like in the US, and later in the show, Dave's conversation with Jennifer Strong, host of the n…
 
Ben looks at the US Supreme Court’s potential interpretations of the computer fraud and abuse act, Dave's got a report out of the UK on AI algorithm oversight, and later in the show, Dave's conversation with Nina Jankowicz, Disinformation Fellow from the Wilson Center on her book: How to Lose the Information War: Russia, Fake News, and the Future o…
 
Ben has the story of Amazon allegedly spying on warehouse workers, Dave has an overview of how cyber policy may play out in a Biden Administration, and later in the show Dave's conversation with Robert Carolina. He is general counsel for the Internet Systems Consortium, and a senior visiting fellow in the Information Security Group at the Universit…
 
Ben has an update on Baltimore’s spy plane, Dave wonders about the tension between free speech, disinformation and public health, and later in the show Dave's conversation with Laura Noren, NYU Visiting Professor of Data Science and VP of Privacy & Trust at Obsidian Security on who governs the cloud and what data protection regulations are actually…
 
Ben looks facial recognition technology being used on protesters, Dave's got the story of ICE and DHS buying up moment-by-moment mobile device location data, and later in the show Dave's conversation with Jamil Jaffer from IronNet Security. While this show covers legal topics, and Ben is a lawyer, the views expressed do not constitute legal advice.…
 
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Dave wonders if Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg isn’t asking congress to throw him in the briar patch. Ben looks at the massive amount of data politicians gather on voters, our Listener on the Line came about when Dave was chatting with his pal Jason DeFillippo on Grumpy Old Geeks about facial recognition software, and later in the show, Dave has a conv…
 
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