Hosts Ibrahim Hinds '23 and Kurt Fredrickson '23 cover recent criminal charges against the founders of one of the world's largest BitCoin exchanges, the House's antitrust report on Facebook, Google, Apple, and Amazon, and the Supreme Court copyright case between Oracle and Google.
Altri episodi di "The BTLJ Podcast"
38:41Hosts Matt Sardo '23, Meg Sullivan '23, Ibrahim Hinds '23, and Seth Bertolucci '23 discuss Section 230 with Berkeley Law Professor Pam Samuelson. Edited by Diming Xu '22. Produced by BTLJ Podcast Editors Andy Zachrich & Haley broughton.
Antitrust & Big Tech
57:22Hosts Ximena Velazquez-Arenas '23, Kavya Dasari '23, Kurt Fredrickson '23, and Nathaniel Kellerer LLM '21 discuss Antitrust and Big Tech with Berkeley Law Professor Chris Hockett. Produced by BTLJ Podcast Editors Haley Broughton & Andy Zachrich.
Privacy at the Margins, with Professor Scott Skinner-Thompson (Big Conversations)
54:04We discuss Prof. Scott Skinner-Thompson's theory of "performative privacy" as a means of resistance for marginalized communities and its limitations, which he expounds on in his new book "Privacy at the Margins." (Prof. Skinner Thompson is Associate Professor of Law at the University of Colorado Law School.) Hosts: Andy Zachrich (J.D. '22) and Ximena Velazquez-Arenas (J.D. '23).
This Week in Tech Law - November 24th, 2020
12:06Hosts Matt Sardo '23, Ibrahim Hinds '23, and Ximena Velazquez-Arenas '23 cover the increasing privacy concerns surrounding COVID-19 tracing apps, Senate hearings with Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg and Twitter's Jack Dorsey, and the Federal Aviation Authority's clearance of Boeing's 737 MAX to resume flights in the U.S.
Is Tricking A Robot Hacking? with Prof. Ryan Calo and David O'Hair (Big Conversations)
44:36We discuss adversarial machine learning, the CFAA, and AI bias with Prof. Ryan Calo (Professor of Law at the University of Washington School of Law) and David O'Hair (associate at Knobbe Martens), co-authors of “Is Tricking a Robot Hacking?” from our Journal's Volume 34, Issue 3. Hosts: Haley Broughton '23 and Allan Holder '21
This Week in Tech Law - November 17th, 2020
12:36Hosts Kavya Dasari '23, Meg Sullivan '23, and Jonathan Baer '23 cover Zoom's settlement with the FTC, an antitrust case against Amazon in the EU, and the Department of Justice's challenge of Visa's Acquisition of Plaid, a fintech start-up.
This Week in Tech Law - November 15th, 2020
16:11Hosts Ximena Welazquez-Arenas '23 and Diming Xu '23 cover the DOJ's antitrust suit against Google, Uber's response to California's recently-passed Proposition 22, and the United States' charges against Russian hackers in connection with several global cyberattacks.
This Week in Tech Law - October 20th, 2020
13:16Hosts Allan Holder '21 and Kavya Dasari follow up on our coverage of Epic Games' antitrust suit against Apple, and cover recent developments regarding Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, a privacy lawsuit filed against the San Francisco Police Department, and the release of a joint statement by an international coalition of countries regarding encryption and public safety.
This Week in Tech Law - October 15th, 2020
13:10Hosts Ibrahim Hinds '23 and Kurt Fredrickson '23 cover recent criminal charges against the founders of one of the world's largest BitCoin exchanges, the House's antitrust report on Facebook, Google, Apple, and Amazon, and the Supreme Court copyright case between Oracle and Google.
This Week in Tech Law - October 6th, 2020
14:47Hosts Matt Sardo '23 and Meg Sullivan ' 23 follow up on last week's coverage of TikTok's request for an injunction to the ban of its app, and cover Epic Games' lawsuit against Apple following the companies' dispute over banning Fortnite from Apple's App Store, the EU's draft of antitrust regulations for large tech companies, Seattle's recently-passed minimum wage legislation for Uber, Lyft, and other rideshare drivers, and Anthem's multi-million dollar settlement with over forty state attorneys general.