California’s New Privacy Law and Stupid Arguments as Bennet Kelley speaks with Ian Mitroff, the author of Dumb, Deranged, and Dangerous: A Smart Guide to Combating Dumb Arguments.
Also, California Governor Jerry Brown has signed into law the California Electronic Communications Privacy Act (CalECPA), and Bennet talks about the law passage with Chris Conley, technology and civil Liberties policy attorney at the ACLU of Northern California.
Discussing the Brave New World of Domaining as Reg Levy, VP Compliance + Policy for Minds + Machines and back from ICANN54 – Dublin gives us an update on the brave new world of gTLDs and the ICANN transition away from the Department of Commerce.
Francoise Gilbert is one of the preeminent authorities on global privacy protection. She is the author of a leading treatise on privacy and security law, “Global Privacy and Security Law” Aspen / Wolters Kluwer Law and Business (2009-present) and co-chair of the Practising Law Institute’s Annual Privacy and Security Law conference.
A native of France, Francoise has a law degree from Loyola University of Chicago and the University of Paris/Faculté de Droit de Paris and is accredited as Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP/US and CIPP/EU) and Certified Information Privacy Manager (CIPM) by the International Association of Privacy Professionals.
Bennet Kelley welcomes Jamie Bartlett, the Director of the Centre for the Analysis of Social Media at the think tank Demos, where he specializes in online social movements and the impact of technology on society. He talks to Bennet about his new book, the Dark Net, which takes readers into the digital underworld and presents an extraordinary look at the internet we don’t know.
Bennet Kelly speaks with Hemanshu (Hemu) Nigam, an online safety, security, and privacy expert and CEO of SSP Blue. He is going to speak about some about the recent hack of the Apple App system and the Win32/Spy.Odlanor trojan being used to spy on users cars.
Bennet Kelley talks to Silicon Beach Entrepreneur, Thought Leader Erik Huberman of Hawke Media, a Santa Monica, California-based outsourced CMO and digital advertising agency.
Art Neill talks to Bennet Kelley about New Media Rights’ Innovative Fair Use App To Help Filmmakers And Online Video Creators. New Media Rights advises filmmakers, creators, and technology startups about copyright, fair use, and when they can and can’t reuse content.
Bennet Kelley discusses Digital Media Trends with Tony Winders, Winders Consulting Group. Tony shares the Three Developing Trends in Digital Media: Programmatic, Adblocking and Flash-ocalypse.
Mark Jeftovic, the founder and CEO of easyDNS.com, talks to Bennet Kelley about his Confessions of an ex-opponent of Whois Privacy. The legendary House of Blues on the Sunset Strip closed its doors this week. Nigel Shanley, who was there at the beginning and opened the House of Blues in Las Vegas, shares some of his memories of this iconic venue.
Discussing The Wild West of Social Media and more importantly Celebrity Endorsements as The Updated Federal Trade Commission Endorsement Guidelines attempted to clarify what rules govern endorsements on social media. How effective has that been? Heather Antoine, founder and owner of Antoine Law Group, fills us in.