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The European Court of Justice will rule on authority to censor what Americans read. Dutch police reel in dark market users with fake dark market. Our guest interview is with David Aitel, Founder and CEO of Immunity, Inc. Mutek July 17, 2017In our 175th episode of the Steptoe Cyberlaw Podcast, Stewart Baker, Michael Mutek, Alan Cohn, Quentin Johnson, and Gus Hurwitz discuss: longtime USG suspicions of Kaspersky boil over into action; Knight First Amendment Institute brings first amendment claim against Trump for using Twitter's block function; Booz Allen has a plausible explanation for the weirdness of Not Petya’s otherwise self-defeating ransomware pose; impenetrable cybersecurity unit downgraded to dialogue; also, Administration is downsizing international cyber norming to a coalition of the willing; Senator Klobuchar should claim credit' Jeanette Manfra named a/s for cybersecurity; China news: Xi’s crackdown continues as China moves to ban VPN usage; Woe is Wo Sign, also Start Com, as Google drops them from certificate authority lists; what does that say about the relative Chinese ties of Google, Mozilla, Apple and Microsoft? Our guest interview is with Eric Hysen, former Executive Director of the Department of Homeland Security’s Digital Service.
The views expressed in this podcast are those of the speakers and do not reflect the opinions of the firm. The views expressed in this podcast are those of the speakers and do not reflect the opinions of the firm. Baker, Brian Egan July 10, 2017In our 174th episode of the Steptoe Cyberlaw Podcast, Stewart Baker, Brian Egan, and Joshua Holtzman discuss: Trump goes to Warsaw, meets Putin; Deep Mind ICO NHS flap; background on the Google EU fine; China’s regulatory association demands “core socialist values” and in-house auditors for internet content sites; fight shaping up over FB warrants and gag order.
Baker, Markham Cho Erickson, Stephanie Roy, Anthony Rapa, Maury Shenk July 24, 2017In our 176th episode of the Steptoe Cyberlaw Podcast, Stewart Baker, Markham Erickson, Stephanie Roy, Anthony Rapa, and Maury Shenk discuss: Tough Russia sanctions law looks like a lock. Hacking Trump hotels isn't just fun; looks like it's also profitable. Silicon Valley reluctant to risk Privacy Shield by fighting 702?
Microsoft sues the GRU to dismantle its infrastructure.
The manufacturer claims the Ignis should appeal to a younger, mainly female audience than its current 50-plus average.
Mr Ferguson was one of 16 state attorneys general who released a statement on Sunday calling Mr Trump's immigration action "un-American and unlawful." Mr Trump has repeatedly said that Friday's order suspending immigration for citizens of the seven countries for 90 days is aimed at protecting the nation against extremists looking to attack Americans and U. "We are a country based on the rule of law, and in a courtroom it is not the loudest voice that prevails, it's the Constitution," Mr Ferguson said.
"At the end of the day, either you're abiding by the Constitution or you are not.
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Washington state's attorney general declared on Monday that he was suing President Donald Trump over his temporary ban on immigration from seven countries with majority-Muslim populations, making it the first state to announce a legal action against the Trump administration over one of its policies. Department of Homeland Security and high-ranking Trump administration officials was filed in federal court in Seattle.
Our guest interview is with Jim Miller, President of Adaptive Strategies, LLP and co-chair of the Department of Defense Science Board Task Force on Cyber Deterrence.