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In our 322nd episode of the Cyberlaw Podcast, Stewart Baker interviews Chris Krebs, the first and current Director of DHS' new Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency. Stewart is also joined by Maury Shenk, James Carafano (@JJCarafano), and Nick Weaver (@ncweaver) to discuss:
- Facebook Loses Antitrust Decision in Germany Over Data Collection
- Bill Barr gets the encryption bill Justice has been seeking for 15 years (Ars Technica, Press Release, Stanford, The Hill)
- Chinese bank requires foreign firm to install tax app with covert backdoor (Ars Technica, Report, NBC)
- Assange prosecution update (DOJ, Washington Post)
- Demonizers of face recognition find their poster case (Ars Technica, Complaint)
- Facebook advertiser boycott gains adherents
- Wobbling, Zuckerberg promises to better enforce The Narrative
- The US Department of Homeland Security sent a letter to chief executives of five large tech companies asking them to ensure social media platforms are not used to incite violence in the wake of nationwide protests following George Floyd's death.
- And more!
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