In our 277th episode of The Cyberlaw Podcast, Stewart Baker interviews Camille Stewart, Cybersecurity Policy Fellow at New America, Security Fellow at the Truman National Security Project, and author of the new paper, "Full Court Press: Preventing Foreign Adversaries from Exfiltrating National Security Technologies through Bankruptcy." Stewart is also joined by Maury Shenk, Matthew Heiman, and Mieke Eoyang (@MiekeEoyang) to discuss: A UK court ruled that police use of facial recognition is acceptable.; Speaking of which, according to a Pew survey, a majority of Americans agree that police are capable of using that tech responsibly.; The Department of Homeland Security will use fake social media accounts to facilitate investigations of immigrants.; The incoming EU leadership has big plans for tech oversight and regulation.; Fraudsters used AI to mimic a CEO's voice in a strange cybercrime incident.; Facebook has called for global standards on data portability.; Denmark has appointed an "ambassador" to Silicon Valley.; And more! The views expressed in this podcast are those of the speakers and do not reflect the opinions of the firm.

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