Robert Ellis Smith from Privacy Journal returns to discuss privacy and data security with major developments on both the data security front with: the FTC’s defeating Wyndham hotel’s challenge to its authority in data security matters; and the FTC announcing consent decrees with Fandango and Credit Karma over their mobile app’s failure to properly implement SSL.
April Fools, Updates on ICANN, Net Neutrality and Other News as Bennet welcomes Award-winning technology journalist and now Technology Columnist at Yahoo, Dan Tynan.
Shooting the Bitcoin and ICANN Globalization as Bennet discusses The Rise and Fall and Rise of Virtual Currencies like Bitcoin with Pace University Law Professor David Cohen. Plus, we learn why the US is set to Give ICANN Its Independence and University of Miami Professor Michael Froomkin Tell Us What it Means.
Attorney Karl Kronenberger Discusses Landmark Revenge Porn Verdict as A jury in Santa Clara Superior court returned a verdict for the plaintiff in a landmark “Revenge Porn” case on February 18, awarding 250,000 dollars in damages to the plaintiff.
Whats Next For Net Neutrality? What does the DC Circuit Court Opinion Mean Going Forward? Bennet speaks with Timothy Kerr, the Senior Director of Strategy with Free Press.
Best-Kept Secrets About Startups as we talk about start ups, innovation and Silicon Beach with a true visionary and startup veteran, Tom Nora.
Is The Clock Ticking on essociates Patent Lawsuits? Ben Davidson of the Davidson Law Group talks about the recent associate cases, patent reform legislation and what to expect from the Supreme Court. Ben was recently interviewed by the Los Angeles Daily Journal about how 2011 America Invents Act has reshaped patent challenges.
New Filmmakers LA Executive Director Larry Laboe and a New York Heartbeat producer Laura Davis join us to discuss the Kickstarter phenomenon and the upcoming premier of NYHB. Also. Bennet remembers the 3rd anniversary of the attempted assassination of Gabby Giffords.
CLBR 2013 Year in Review From the NSA to the Dunkin Donuts Rant Lady. Plus a discussion on who were the Cyber Heroes and Zeroes of 2013 as Bennet speaks with Ian Ballon (Greenberg Traurig and Author of the leading treatise on Internet Law) and Evan Brown (Co-Host of TwiL: This Week in Law, the Publisher of Internet Cases and Senior Counsel for InfoLaw Group).
As Los Angeles explores becoming the biggest city to become a Gigabit City, we will talk with Steve Reneker, the city’s General Manager of the city’s Information Technology Agency about the Los Angeles initiative. Then we will talk with David Sandel on Giganomics and the State of the Gig Union.