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The Cyberlaw Podcast

By Steptoe & Johnson LLP

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Description

A weekly podcast offering an opinionated roundup of the latest events in technology, security, privacy, and government and an in-depth interview of technology and policy newsmakers. Host Stewart Baker and regulars Michael Vatis, Alan Cohn, and Maury Shenk share their views  - and not those of the firm.

Customer Reviews

Millennials Beware

Don't be fooled by the fact-based discussions in this podcast. Do not find yourself intrigued by listening to actual high-ranking government employees discussing cybersecurity. These people are all over 30, and are not to be trusted.

Five stars.

Really offensive comparison

Because California is taking a states-as-laboratories approach to net neutrality, the host made a comment along the lines of, “If South Carolina wants to take down their statues of John Calhoun, looks like California might want to put them up.” I get that the host did not mean that CA is as bad as the Confederacy, but this comparison went too far and was horribly offensive.

I am really interested in cybersecurity law, but this was so out of line that I may stop listening.

Very good, could be better

The content is good. Would love to have you provide some quick form of explanation for all the wonky acronyms. Also, the sound quality is inconsistent. Some of the participants sound like they’re on a bad speakerphone and are standing far from the mic.

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