Steptoe Cyberlaw Podcast - Interview with David Heyman

July 8, 2014

In our twenty-seventh episode of the Steptoe Cyberlaw Podcast, Stewart Baker and Michael Vatis discuss:

  • This week in NSA: Glenn Greenwald decides not to expose individuals who are targeted for surveillance; The Washington Post reveals that "9 out of 10" targets in the NSA’s datasets are non-targets; NSA Director Mike Rogers says that Snowden’s thefts can be managed; the Seventh Circuit ruled that FISA intercepts cannot be routinely shown to defense counsel; Ellen Nakashima and Bart Gellman reveal that the NSA thinks it may have to gather foreign intelligence from every country in the world; government reports triggered by Snowden continue to multiply 
  • Microsoft’s fight with the US government over warrants for overseas data gets more support 
  • Google continues to reveal how it is applying the right to be forgotten
  • New York’s cyberbullying law is struck down 
  • The SEC has begun investigating network intrusions, starting with Target

In our second half we have an interview with David Heyman, former DHS Assistant Secretary for Policy.

Download the twenty-seventh episode (mp3).

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