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March 5, 2014
In our ninth episode of the Steptoe Cyberlaw Podcast, Stewart Baker, Michael Vatis, and Jason Weinstein discuss NSA/Snowden: NSA weighs options for 215 data and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence will not disclose the study of storage options; GCHQ’s webcam captures; Canadian extradition flap; ABA President sends letter to NSA, LabMD falters, Cellphone unlocking – the long withdrawing roar of copyright maximalism begins, Holder calls for a national breach notice law – so why don’t we have one?, Julie Brill’s Princeton speech – big data and consumer privacy, Report from NSA: Trustycon and the boycott; What’s hot – bot catchers and intelligence driven security, and this week in weird copyright law – what the Google/Islam/takedown decision means. In our second half we have an interview with Adam Sedgewick, Senior Information Technology Policy Advisor at the National Institute of Standards and Technology.
February 24, 2014
In our eighth episode of the Steptoe Cyberlaw Podcast, Stewart Baker, Michael Vatis, Jason Weinstein and guest commentators Stephen Heifetz and Stephanie Roy discuss this week in NSA/Snowden: Law Firm Surveillance Report Cited in Legal Challenge and Report: American law firm's communications spied on; Merkel Backs Plan to Keep European Data in Europe and EU Trade Deal Dead Unless US Spying Fixed, Lawmakers Say, Target breach update: Analyst estimates that Target may have to pay $1.1 billion, mainly to banks, FCC charts a Net Neutrality policy, and the National Cybersecurity and Critical Infrastructure Protection Act of 2013. In our second half we have an interview with Ed Stroz, Executive Chairman at Stroz Friedberg.
February 21, 2014
In our seventh episode of the Steptoe Cyberlaw Podcast, Jason Weinstein discusses: •This week in NSA: Clapper says Snowden exploited perfect storm of security lapses/Snowden swiped password from NSA coworker; FISA Court backs Pres. Obama’s changes to phone metadata program/government seeking info about private sector’s ability to hold the data; Rand Paul sues Pres. Obama •Target breach update: Hackers exploited holes in network-management software; Target employees warned of risks; Experts predict new wave of cybercrime •NIST framework announced •Court orders government to disclose FISA information to defense in lawsuit In our second half we have an interview with Steve Chabinsky, Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Chief Risk Officer of Crowdstrike.
February 11, 2014
In our sixth episode of the Steptoe Cyberlaw Podcast, Stewart Baker, Michael Vatis, and Jason Weinstein discuss This Week in NSA: Transparency reports disclose Foreign Intelligence Surveillance orders and telephony metadata program is not tracking as much as previously thought, Target breach update: hackers got in through HVAC contractor and Senate Judiciary Committee hearing and legislation, Lavabit hearing, Google class action order, and possible CFAA amendments. In our second half we have an interview with John Rizzo, author of the recently released “Company Man,” his memoir of his time as a CIA Lawyer.
January 27, 2014
Stewart Baker, Jason Weinstein, and guest commentator Steptoe partner Chris Conte, discuss the Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board issues report, SEC's National Examination Program identifies cybersecurity risk as exam priority, Supreme Court grants cert on cell phone searches incident to arrest, Verizon transparency report, FTC gets consent decrees from companies for falsely claiming to be in the Safe Harbor, The revival of the Privies, Snowden claims NSA is stealing industrial secrets unrelated to national security. In our second half we have an interview with David Medine, chairman of the Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board.
January 23, 2014
Stewart Baker, Michael Vatis, and Jason Weinstein discuss the Aereo case that the Supreme Court has decided to hear; share their reactions to the President’s NSA announcement; explain what went on with Apple’s refund of in-app purchases; discuss NIST’s announcement that they would reduce the privacy rules to the cybersecurity framework; and discuss the President’s proposal to treat foreign nationals privacy similar to US citizens. This episode closes with an interview with Chris Inglis, former deputy director of NSA.
January 21, 2014
In our second episode, Stewart Baker, Michael Vatis, Jason Weinstein, and guest panelist Stephanie Roy predict what the President may say regarding the NSA; discuss the latest update in the Target and Nieman Marcus breaches; and explain the recent net neutrality decision.
January 15, 2014
In this first episode, Stewart Baker, Michael Vatis, and Jason Weinstein discuss proposed changes to national security law as recommended in the "Liberty and Security in a Changing World: Report and Recommendations of The President's Review Group on Intelligence and Communications Technologies," published on December 12, 2013. The report offers forty-six recommendations of changes to national security law and policy.
January 13, 2014, Law360
January 2014, WorldECR
January 8, 2014
January 2014, WorldTrade Executive: Practical Trade and Customs Strategies
December 30, 2013
Stewart A. Baker
December 19, 2013
December 11, 2013, The Government Contractor
December 4, 2013
December 3, 2013
October 28, 2013
October 24, 2013
October 4, 2013, Law360
September 9, 2013, USA Today
July 1, 2013
Stewart A. Baker, Marc Frey, Michael Vatis
February 15, 2013
Stewart A. Baker, Michael T. Gershberg, Stephen Heifetz, Edward J. Krauland, Timothy M. Walsh
November 1, 2012
October 5, 2012, Law360
June 11, 2012
May 1, 2012, ABA Journal
April 24, 2012, Politico
April 17, 2012, GSN: Government Security News
Stewart A. Baker, Douglas Kantor, Michael Vatis
March 6, 2012
February 14, 2012, Bloomberg Corporate and M&A Law Report
January 20, 2012, The Deal
Stewart A. Baker
September 30, 2011, Foreign Policy
August 28, 2011, New York Post
October 8, 2010, The Washington Post
October 1, 2010
September 24, 2010, Insight
September 3, 2010
July 28, 2009
2005, The World Trade Organization: Legal Economic and Political Analysis
2005, American Bar Association
2003, National Legal Center for the Public Interest
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