The intersection of law, technology and risk.
On this week’s show Dave speaks with guest Andrew Burt from the Yale Information Society Project (ISP) on Digital Future Whitepaper Series first whitepaper, "Nowhere to Hide: Data, Cyberspace, and the Dangers of the Digital World," Ben looks at the shift to more secure messaging apps in the fallout of Parler going offline, and Dave has the story of the FTC cracking down on misuse of facial recognition software.
While this show covers legal topics, and Ben is a lawyer, the views expressed do not constitute legal advice. For official legal advice on any of the topics we cover, please contact your attorney.
Links to stories:
- Far-right groups move online conversations from social media to chat apps — and out of view of law enforcement
- FTC Requires App Developer to Obtain Users’ Express Consent for Use of Facial Recognition
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