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In our 311th episode of The Cyberlaw Podcast, Stewart Baker interviews Senator Angus King (@SenAngusKing) and Dr. Samantha Ravich. They discuss the report issued by the Cyberspace Solarium Commission. Stewart is also joined by Brian Egan, Maury Shenk, and Nick Weaver (@ncweaver) to discuss:
- Google and Apple have a contact tracing proposal.
- The United States will allow Google to use the Pacific Light Cable Network, but only if it cuts out Hong Kong.
- China Telecom may lose its US market access.
- Team Telecom was finally formalized through an Executive Order.
- The Ninth Circuit ruled that Facebook must face a renewed privacy lawsuit.
- Europe will continue pursuing AI regulation amid the coronavirus pandemic.
- A French regulator has determined that Google must pay news sites to send them traffic.
- The United Kingdom has experienced a 5G-coronavirus conspiracy hysteria.
- Your "smart" lock may be leaking data.
- And more!
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