Steptoe Cyberlaw Podcast – Interview with Nicholas WeaverApril 10, 2017
In our 159th episode of the Steptoe Cyberlaw Podcast, Stewart Baker, Jamil Jaffer, Jennifer Quinn-Barabanov, and Maury Shenk discuss:
- New measures are planned to allow cops and spooks in the European Union to crack open encrypted apps and services, according to the bloc's Justice Commissioner
- Trump administration to talk encryption challenges with EU
- EU will ask Privacy Shield participants for US surveillance data
- Wendy’s facing two-front battle over data breaches
- Facebook loses its effort to block bulk search warrants
- LabMD 1st Amendment claims against FTC survive dismissal
- Judge won't halt Massachusetts ban on secret recordings
- Germany sees growing cyber threat but lacks legal means to retaliate
- India’s government has been scanning the irises and fingerprints of its citizens into a massive database
Our guest interview is with Nicholas Weaver, Senior Researcher of Networking and Security at the International Computer Science Institute in Berkeley and a lecturer in cyber security at UC Berkeley.
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