April 17, 2018

Carson Martinez: Health Data Privacy 101

Carson Martinez: Health Data Privacy 101 (Ep. 134) Bio Carson Martinez () is the ’s Health Policy Fellow. Carson works on issues surrounding health data, particularly where it is not covered by the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act...

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April 10, 2018

Riana Pfefferkorn: The Emerging Trend of 'Side-Channel Cryptanalysis'

Riana Pfefferkorn: The Emerging Trend of 'Side-Channel Cryptanalysis' (Ep. 133) Bio Riana Pfefferkorn ) is the Cryptography Fellow at the Stanford Center for Internet and Society. Her work, made possible through funding from the , focuses on...

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April 3, 2018

Courtney Cogburn: Virtual Reality to Improve Race Relations

Courtney Cogburn: Virtual Reality to Improve Race Relations (Ep. 132) Columbia University School of Social Work Professor Courtney Cogburn joined Joe Miller to discuss her work with virtual reality to improve race relations. Bio Courtney Cogburn () is...

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March 20, 2018

Hank Greely: Genetic Testing for Cancer

Bio  Henry T. Greely () is the Director of the Center for Law and the Biosciences; and Professor (by courtesy) of Genetics at the Stanford School of Medicine. He is also the Chair of Stanford’s Steering Committee of the Center for Biomedical...

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March 13, 2018

Joe Jerome: An overview of GDPR requirements

Joe Jerome: An overview of GDPR requirements (Ep. 130) Bio  Joseph Jerome () is a Policy Counsel on CDT’s Privacy & Data Project. His work focuses on the legal and ethical questions posed by smart technologies and big data, and he is...

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March 6, 2018

Sally Culley: How are gig workers classified under the law?

Bio Sally Culley is a Partner in the law firm of Rumberger, Kirk & Caldwell where she primarily practices in the areas of employment and commercial litigation. Her clients include large corporations as well as smaller, local...

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Feb. 27, 2018

Randy Abreu: Tech Policy in the Bronx and Beyond

Bio Randy Abreu (@AbreuForNYC) is an author, attorney, tech-policy nerd and former  from the Bronx. Abreu served in the Obama Administration where he was appointed to the Department of Energy's Office of Technology Transitions...

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Feb. 20, 2018

Desmond Patton: Understanding Social Media and Gang Violence

Bio Dr. Desmond Upton Patton (@SAFELab) is an assistant professor at the Columbia School of Social Work and a Faculty Affiliate of the Social Intervention Group (SIG) and the Data Science Institute. His research utilizes qualitative and...

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Feb. 13, 2018

Brian Howard: American Indians and the digital divide

Bio Brian Howard is a Research & Policy Analyst with the American Indian Policy Institute (AIPI) at Arizona State University. Prior to joining the AIPI team in November 2016, Brian served over five years as a Legislative Associate with the...

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Feb. 6, 2018

Simone Browne: Surveillance in Color

Bio Dr. Simone Browne (@) is Associate Professor in the Department of African and African Diaspora Studies at the University of Texas, Austin. She teaches and researches surveillance studies and black diaspora studies. Her first book, Dark...

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Jan. 30, 2018

Chris Snook: How to Make Your Advocacy More Relevant

Bio Chris J Snook (@chrisjsnook) is the Bestselling Author of  (Wiley, 2016). He is a Managing Partner at , a venture capital firm focused on cryptocurrency, blockchain, enterprise software, consumer products, digital...

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Jan. 23, 2018

Daiquiri Ryan: How to Connect Rural Americans to Faster Internet Speeds

Bio Daiquiri Ryan () is a Policy Fellow at Public Knowledge, where she uses her passion for the intersection of technology policy and social justice to help further innovative consumer advocacy. Prior to joining PK, Daiquiri spent time as a...

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Jan. 16, 2018

Leslie Kantor: Net Neutrality and Sexual Health

Bio Here to discuss net neutrality and sexual health is Leslie Kantor, PhD, MPH ( Planned Parenthood Federation of America’s Vice President of Education. Dr. Kantor is a widely respected leader in the field of sexual and...

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Jan. 11, 2018

Elissa Shevinsky: Intro to Cryptocurrencies

Bio Elissa Shevinsky () is a successful serial entrepreneur, focusing on cybersecurity and cryptocurrency companies. An early employee at Geekcorps (acquired) and Everyday Health (IPO) she was most recently Head of Product at Brave. Shevinsky is also...

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Jan. 3, 2018

Monica Anderson: Automation--Who Wins, Who Loses?

Bio Monica Anderson is a research associate at the Pew Research Center. Her work focuses on internet and technology issues. Much of her recent work focuses on the impact of the , growing role of , and the role of  in the age...

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Dec. 19, 2017

Brian Woolfolk: A New and Relevant Voice for Inclusive Tech Policymaking

Bio Brian Woolfolk () is the Founding Executive Director of Full Color Future--a new think tank and advocacy organization committed to changing the narrative about people of color in media, tech and innovation. He has been passionate about inclusive...

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Dec. 12, 2017

Carmen Scurato: The FCC's Attack on Civil Rights

Bio Carmen Scurato () is Vice President, Policy and General Counsel at the National Hispanic Media Coalition, where she leads NHMC's policy and government affairs office in Washington, D.C. She is responsible for developing policy and legal...

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Dec. 5, 2017

Victor Pickard: Why the FCC Should Delay Killing Net Neutrality

Bio Victor Pickard () is an Associate Professor of Communication at the Annenberg School for Communication. His research focuses on the history and political economy of media institutions, media activism, and the politics and normative foundations...

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Nov. 28, 2017

Emma Llansó: How to Stop Enabling Sex Trafficking

Bio Emma Llansó () is the Director of CDT’s Free Expression Project, which works to promote law and policy that support users’ free expression rights in the United States and around the world. Emma leads CDT’s work in advancing...

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Nov. 21, 2017

Danielle Citron: How to Fight for Cyberstalking Victims

Bio Danielle Keats Citron () is the Morton & Sophia Macht Professor of Law at the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law where she teaches and writes about information privacy, free expression, and civil rights and was the...

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Nov. 14, 2017

How Trump's FCC Plans to Change the Media Ownership Rules

Bio Cheryl A. Leanza () is the President of her consulting firm, A Learned Hand, LLC, .  In this capacity she serves as policy advisor to the United Church of Christ’s historic media advocacy arm and as the Co-Chair of the Leadership...

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Nov. 7, 2017

Tiffany C. Li: Artificial Intelligence--A Survey of the Policy Landscape

Tiffany C. Li () is an attorney and Resident Fellow at Yale Law School’s Information Society Project. She is an expert on privacy, intellectual property, and law and policy at the forefront of new technological innovations. Li leads the...

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Oct. 31, 2017

Mary Madden: Privacy, Security and Digital Inequality

Bio Mary Madden () is a veteran technology researcher, writer and public speaker, having studied trends in American internet users’ behaviors and attitudes for more than a decade. With the support of a grant from the Digital Trust Foundation,...

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Oct. 24, 2017

Larry Miller: How Radio Can Survive in the Era of Streaming

Bio Larry Miller () is a Clinical Music Associate Professor and Director of the Music Business Program at NYU. He is also a music and technology entrepreneur and advisor and host of the  podcast. He advises music creators and rights holders...

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