In our 296th episode of The Cyberlaw Podcast, Stewart Baker interviews Bruce Schneier (@schneierblog) about his latest op-ed on facial recognition. is joined by Michael Vatis, Matthew Heiman, Nick Weaver (@ncweaver), and Mark MacCarthy (@Mark_MacCarthy) to discuss:
- The CCPA and its implications.
- Your dating app may be spreading your information without your knowledge.
- More on artificial intelligence in the hiring process.
- A security firm claims the Russian GRU has phished its way into Burisma Holdings.
- Another Italian surveillance technology firm got into some trouble.
- Microsoft patched a major cryptography vulnerability after notification from the NSA.
- Small Tech is asking Congress for protection from Big Tech.
- David Kris issued his FISA Court amicus brief on the FBI Horowitz report.
- Certain institutions may be able to carve out exemptions from parts of the GDPR.
- And more!
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