GDPR – Now What? With Mark Aldrich Listen Live on WebmasterRadio.fm On May 25th, the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) went into effect. While there was a big push among companies to obtain some level of compliance prior to the deadline, some have taken a wait and see approach, especially as it applies to… Read More CLBR #307: GDPR – Now What?
We will be on summer hiatus for the next three weeks and will return to live broadcasts on August 15. In this post, we want to update you on upcoming shows and news updates, as well as to recommend some recent shows you may want to check out. News Updates Russians are already hacking the… Read More CLBR – Summer Hiatus
Sacramento Gone Wild California Passes Landmark Privacy Law Net Neutrality and Emails Bills Advance LISTEN VIA THESE CHANNELS LINK LINK LINK LINK LINK Laws, like sausages, cease to inspire respect in proportion as we know how they are made. John Godfrey Saxe We will attempt to cover the whirlwind of activity from the… Read More CLBR #306: Sacramento Gone Wild with Jared Gordon and Joshua de Larios-Heiman
Does Twitter Violate Human Rights with Amnesty International’s Azmina Dhrodia LISTEN VIA THESE CHANNELS LINK LINK LINK LINK LINK In the past few years, we have had a number of shoes dealing with the online abuse, especially for women and journalists, including: CLBR #225: Online Trolls with Fusion’s Kristen V. Brown (June… Read More CLBR #305: Does Twitter Violate Human Rights with Amnesty International’s Azmina Dhrodia
RFK Remembered With Peter Edelman CLBR is thrilled to have to Peter Edelman, my law professor and aide to Bobby Kennedy, to talk about the 50th anniversary of his presidential campaign and assassination and what it means today. LISTEN VIA THESE CHANNELS LINK LINK LINK LINK LINK Edelman and RFK After serving as… Read More CLBR #304: RFK Remembered With Peter Edelman
ADA and Website Accessibility with Kathy Wahlbin and Heather Antoine LISTEN VIA THESE CHANNELS LINK LINK LINK LINK LINK The Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) was passed in 1990 – a year before the first website. By 2003, however, the Justice Department had concluded that the ADA extends to websites of entities that provide… Read More CLBR #303: ADA and Website Accessibility
The Volcanologist Taking on Trump and the GOP in 2018 LISTEN VIA THESE CHANNELS LINK LINK LINK LINK LINK Over the years, CLBR has tried to provide insight from a tech perspective on upcoming elections. In 2014, when there was a vacancy in the Congressional District representing Silicon Beach we hosted a tech… Read More CLBR #302: The Volcanologist Taking on Trump and the GOP in 2018