CLBR #262: TrollBusters Founder Michelle Ferrier

CLBR #262: TrollBusters Founder Michelle Ferrier What is TrollBusters? Website / Blog / Twitter From Website:  TrollBusters was born at the International Women’s Media Foundation hackathon for women news entrepreneurs in New York City on January 30, 2015. The problem — Find a way to address trolls and cyber harassment that predominantly affects strong women…

CLBR #261: Tynan and Christensen on Uber in Crisis

CLBR #261: Tynan and Christensen on Uber in Crisis Our frequent guests Dan Tynan and Brenda Christensen are back to talk about Uber in Crisis. Dan (@tynanwrites) is an award-winning tech journalist and former Editor-in-Chief o Yahoo Tech. Brenda  (@brendachrist) is a tech veteran and President of Stellar Public Relations, a world leader in public…

CLBR #260: IA’s Ari Giovenco on Digital Trade Under Trump

Internet Association’s Ari Giovenco on Digital Trade Under Trump Digital Trade 2017 Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPP) Signed February 4, 2016. Parties: Australia, Brunei, Canada, Chile, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore, the United States (until 23 January 2017) and Vietnam. US withdrew January 13, 2017 Resources: Transpacific Partnership (TPP): Background Materials – Cyber Report (Apr.…

CLBR #259: Your Trade Secrets and Social Media with Paul I. Menes

Your Trade Secrets and Social Media with Paul I. Menes   Are Your Employees Sharing Secrets on Social Media? With the growing influence of social media, many companies are encouraging their employees to maximize their use of social media to connect with potential clients and diversify their marketing efforts. However, the employees’ frequent use of…

CLBR #258: Russia and the Weaponized Narrative

Russia and the Weaponized Narrative with Braden R. Allenby Co-chair of the Weaponized Narrative Initiative of the Center for the Future of War at Arizona State University Weaponized narrative seeks to undermine an opponent’s civilization, identity, and will by generating complexity, confusion, and political and social schisms. It can be used tactically, as part of explicit…

CLBR #257: David Sandel and the State of the Gigabit Nation

  David Sandel and the State of the Gigabit Nation DAVID SANDEL returns to discuss the State of the Gigabit Nation. In the beginning (well actually 2010), there was Chattanooga: [U]pgrading the broadband network in Chattanooga, Tenn., to world-leading gigabit speeds has transformed the community from a “slowing declining and deflating urban balloon” to the…