On Today’s show Bennet Kelley welcomes back Chris Olson, the very first guest of the radio program and the Deputy Director of the Bureau of Consumer Protection at the FTC to talk about Privacy for consumers in today’s modern world and where we’ve come since the 1st episode.
We Meet the Producer/Director Whose Unaired Doc Has Cost Yelp Millions as Kaylie Milliken of Prost Productions joins Bennet Kelley to talk about her documentary, Billion Dollar Bully.
Earlier this month, the Electronic Frontier Foundation won a ruling from the US Patent and Trademark Office that the so-called Podcast Patent was invalid and obvious. Bennet learns more about the case from Vera Raineri, Staff Attorney on the Electronic Frontier Foundation’s intellectual property team, focusing on patent reform.
Host Bennet Kelly speaks with Attorney Mark Ishman about the dangers and issues from Data Breaches and what should be done about it. Reports of Data Breaches are becoming a common occurrence In 2014, a Ponemon Institute survey estimated that 47 percent of all American adults have been affected by data breaches in the last year Target has settled consumer claims arising out of its 2013 data breach compromising…
Bennet discusses the aftermath of the Ellen Pao-Kleiner Perkins gender discrimination case Kristen Brown covered the trial for the San Francisco Chronicle and made a particularly astute assessment to Bennet Kelley about the jury’s finding in favor of Kleiner Perkins. Also, we hear from David Gelles ,reporter for the New York Times, covering mergers & acquisitions, corporate governance, and Wall Street, and the author of Mindful Work.
Bennet Kelly discusses the topic of Should Corp Offenders Go to Jail with the author of Why Not Jail?: Industrial Catastrophes, Corporate Malfeasance and Government Inaction Rena Steinzor. Rena is a professor of law at the University of Maryland’s Francis King Carey School of Law
Countdown to Zero Day author, and top cybersecurity journalist, Kim Zetter tells the story behind the virus that sabotaged Irans nuclear efforts and shows how its existence has ushered in a new age of warfare—one in which a digital attack can have the same destructive capability as a megaton bomb.
Bennet Kelley taks to filmmaker and author Joe McGovern,who has left the comforts of his home in Venice Beach, California and traveled across the country seeking out Republicans to try to bridge the partisan divide as part of his documentary – The Other Side. He currently is raising money on GoFundMe to finish and distribute the end result of 82 interviews..
Digital and Partisan Divides with Cyber Seniors; Columnist Ralph Hallow on the 2016 Presidential Race
Bridging the Other Digital Divide as Bennet showcases a feature documentary film called ‘Cyber-Seniors’ directed by Saffron Cassaday and produced by Brenda Rusnak of The Best Part Inc. The documentary tells us about ‘Cyber-Seniors: Connecting Generations’ , a North America-wide campaign that encourages older adults to tackle the digital divide and provides tech savvy youth with a way to give back to their community.
Also, Washington Post columnist Ralph Hallow returns to CLBR fresh from the Conservative Political Action Committee convention and gives us his insights on the 2016 Presidential race.
The Messaging, Malware and Mobile Anti-Abuse Working Group gave its 2015 Mary Litynski lifetime achievement award to our guest Jayne Hitchcock for her efforts in assisting targeted individuals, training law enforcement, supporting antiharassment legislation and teaching teenagers how to protect themselves from potential threats. Bennet Kelley talks to Jayne about the prestigious honor.