The Cyberlaw Podcast

Stewart Baker, Maury Shenk, and Michael Vatis discuss this week in NSA: The House passes an NDAA amendment to regulate "secondary" searches of 702 data; the GCHQ defends its view that sending email thru Yahoo and Hotmail is an "external" communication; Darryl Issa raises questions about the FTC's investigation into LabMD and asks for an IG investigation; an Irish court backs the Irish data protection authority's decision not to investigate Facebook for cooperating with NSA; the Eighth Circuit decision on bank liability for weak security; the Senate Intelligence Committee's information sharing bill; and privacy class actions. In our second half we have an interview with Ralph Langner, decoder of Stuxnet and founder of the Langner Group, which specializes in industrial control system security.

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