This WEEK in LAW 188
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|Hosts: Denise Howell and Evan Brown|
Guests: Larry Downes and Jillian York
Recorded: November 16, 2012
Published: November 16, 2012
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This Week In Law 188: Big Shirtless is Watching You
Electronic privacy in relation to the Petraeus scandal, text spam, post-election tech policy, and more.
- Denise Howell
- Evan Brown
- Larry Downes (
- "Larry Downes is a consultant and speaker on developing business strategies in an age of constant disruption caused by information technology. Downes is author of the Business Week and New York Times business bestseller, “Unleashing the Killer App: Digital Strategies for Market Dominance” (Harvard Business School Press, 1998), which has sold nearly 200,000 copies and was named by the Wall Street Journal as one of the five most important books ever published on business and technology. His new book, “The Laws of Disruption: Harnessing the New Forces that Govern Business and Life in the Digital Age” (Basic Books 2009) offers nine strategies for success in the emerging world of information law. It combines Downes’s unique perspective on economics, law, and innovation in the digital age. Downes is also a Partner with the Bell-Mason Group, which works with Global 1000 corporations, providing corporate venturing methodologies, tools, techniques and support that accelerate corporate innovation and venturing programs. He has written for a variety of publications, including USA Today, Harvard Business Review, Inc., Wired, CNet, Strategy & Leadership, CIO, The American Scholarr and the Harvard Journal of Law and Technology. He was a columnist for both The Industry Standard and CIO Insight. He writes regularly for both Forbes and CNET, covering the intersection of technology, politics and business. Downes has held faculty appointments at The University of Chicago Graduate School of Business, Northwestern University School of Law, and the University of California-Berkeley’s Haas School of Business, where he taught courses on corporate strategy and technology law. From 2006-2010, he was a nonresident Fellow at the Stanford Law School Center for Internet & Society."
- Jillian York (
- "Jillian C. York is EFF's Director for International Freedom of Expression. She specializes in free speech issues in the Arab world, and is also particularly interested the effects of corporate intermediaries on freedom of expression and anonymity, as well as the disruptive power of global online activism. Prior to joining EFF, Jillian spent three years at Harvard's Berkman Center for Internet & Society, where she worked on several projects including the OpenNet Initiative. Jillian writes a regular column for Al Jazeera and has also been published by Foreign Policy, The Atlantic, MIT's Technology Review, Bloomberg, and The Guardian, among others. In addition to her work at EFF, she is the co-founder of the award-winning multilingual site Talk Morocco, and serves on the board of directors of Global Voices Online. She resides in the Internet and can frequently be found blogging or tweeting, as @jilliancyork."
- Petraeus and Data Privacy
- Surveillance and Security Lessons From the Petraeus Scandal via ACLU
- Online Privacy Issue Is Also in Play in Petraeus Scandal via The New York Times
- Google report reveals sharp increase in government requests for users' data via The Guardian
- Microsoft Updates Data Policy
- Microsoft Tightens Personal Data Rules via The New York Times
- Canada's "Personal Data Ecosystem"
- Google Antitrust
- Google is many things -- but not an illegal monopoly via CNET
- Report: FTC Ready To Give Google Antitrust “Ultimatum” via Search Engine Land
- SAMSUNG CHROMEBOOK: EMBODIMENT OF DISRUPTION via Project Disco
- The Noise, Noise, Noise, Noise!
- AT&T Network Updates
- IGF (Internet Governance Forum)
- Post-election Policy
- What Does Silicon Valley Need from Washington? Less. via Forbes
- Larry Downes' Favorite Techdirt Posts Of The Week via TechDirt
- Silicon Valley’s second-term wish list via The Washington Post
- Focus of the F.C.C. in a Second Obama Administration: More Spectrum via The New York Times
- Https Patent Troll
- Apple/HTC settlement
Tip of the Week
- Instagramming The Vote
- Voting Day internetiquette: "Can I instagram my ballot?" via BoingBoing
Resource of the Week
- "we as bloggers are betting our house with each blog post we make..."
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