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In our 299th episode of The Cyberlaw Podcast, Stewart Baker interviews Peter Swire (@PeterSwire) and Maury Shenk regarding recent developments in European cybersecurity and privacy law. Stewart is also joined by David Kris (@DavidKris), Nate Jones (@n8jones81), and Matthew Heiman to discuss:
- Alleged Vault7 leaker Joshua Schulte had his first day in court.
- The Department of Defense released its final cybersecurity plan for contractors, but questions remain concerning the audit process.
- EKANS is a new ransomware targeting industrial control systems.
- A flawed caucus app sowed chaos in Iowa.
- The Federal Communications Commission could sue telephone service providers for selling phone location data.
- The Maze ransomware has ravaged law firms in recent weeks.
- Google and Facebook shied away from an undersea cable to China.
- The Senate Intelligence Committee released the third volume of its Russian interference report.
- And more!
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