Yesterday’s show featuring a fascinating discussion on privacy with Forbes staff writer Kashmir Hill – author of the Private Parts blog; Raun Burnham walks us through Kickstarter and her new project (see below) and an update on the Amazon and Border wars.
The ever ironic preview video (for a radio show) is below, along with podcasts links from recent shows.
Raun’s Project is available at http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/463571541/pocket-mass.
Privacy Pragmatism; Borders Intellectual Property Privacy
Air Date: September 28, 2011
News headlines include: Borders Intellectual Property Sale Delayed By Privacy Issue; Shoe maker Reebok Settles FTC Deceptive Advertising Lawsuit.
Social Media and Labor Law
Air Date: September 7, 2011
Discussion of Social Media and Labor Law with Andrew Slobodien, Labor and Employment Counsel for Leading Corporations and Partner – Labor, Employment and New Media at Wildman, Harrold, Allen and Dixon LLP.
Cyber Insurance And A Settlement For Match.com
Air Date: August 24, 2011
This week’s Cyber Law & Business Report feautres Steve Haase from InsureTrust to discuss cyber insurance. Bennet also talks about Anonymous attacking SF BART, and lastly has an update from Mark Webb on the settlement with Match.com.
Spam, Monkeys, and Cow-Tipping
Air Date: August 17, 2011
Bennet’s guest for today is Timothy Walton, a noted lawyer in the internet legal space regarding anti-spam litigation. Listen in as they talk about the successes and evolution of internet law.
Anonymous Facebook Threat and Information Security Management
Air Date: August 10, 2011
In a video release, an anonymous voice says it will destroy Facebook on November 5 of this year. Bennet talks about that with Information Security Management expert Stan Stahl, PhD. Stan Stahl, PhD. Bennet welcomes returning guest Berin Szoka, the President and founder of TechFreedom.
Do Not Track, Privacy and Online Gaming Legislation
Air Date: August 3, 2011
Bennet looks at the legal tech issues Congress will have to deal with following the summer recess. privacy watchdogs and lawmakers are stepping up, calling for laws that would require companies to stop the digital surveillance of consumers who don’t want to be tracked. He also discusses the latest regarding new online gaming and poker legislation.