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In this episode of the Tech Policy Grind Podcast, Fellow Lama Mohammed speaks with Nick Merrill on Internet fragility.
In this episode of the Tech Policy Grind Podcast, Fellow Joe Catapano speaks with Jim Lewis on the geopolitical tech policy landscape.
In this episode of the Tech Policy Grind Podcast, ILPF Fellow Meri Baghdasaryan sat down with Konstantinos Komaitis, a veteran of developing and analyzing internet policy to ensure an open and global Internet.
Building a Better Cybersecurity Strategy: The Role of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion with Ayan Islam, CISA [Episode 1]
This is the Tech Policy Grind Podcast by the Internet Law and Policy Foundry. If you’re an old listener, you may have noticed this show has been on hiatus for the past couple of years. If you’re new here, welcome! We’re overjoyed to be back. We’re here to bring you fascinating conversations on cutting-edge topics […]
Hey there listeners, today we prepare for our inevitable robot overlords, and ask the question – if we can’t fight em’ should we tax tem instead? And really, what do we mean by tax? And for that matter – what do we mean by “robot”? This is Tech Policy Grind, a podcast from the Internet […]
Hey there listeners, this is Tech Policy Grind, the show where we hammer out the latest in tech law and policy with the folks at the forefront of that space, and today, we have such a treat. Let’s be honest, if you’re listening to this show, you’ve almost certainly read her work over on Gizmodo. […]
Talking IAPP and Podcasting with Angelique Carson – The TPG / Privacy Advisor Crossover Event of the Century!
Hey, you’re listening to Tech Policy Grind, a podcast from the Internet Law and Policy Foundry. My name is Emory Roane, and today it’s another foray into privacy – or more specifically, the International Association of Privacy Professionals. This time, with Angelique Carson – editor of The Privacy Advisor and host of The excellent (and […]
Hey, you’re listening to Tech Policy Grind, a podcast from the Internet Law and Policy Foundry where we hammer out the latest, at the intersection of law and technology. My name is Emory Roane, and Today, Joe Jerome joins us as we talk to Fred Jennings, Associate Corporate Counsel at GitHub, about bug bounty programs, […]
Hey there listeners! Sorry about last week – we had some technical issues that are… well, actually they’re not at all sorted out yet. Pour one out for the old editing PC because that poor machine is dead. But! After editing this entire episode with a mousepad and recording this intro from my closet – […]
Terrorist Content Regulation: Article 13 on Steroids – A Conversation with Daphne Keller at State of the Net 2019
Did you know that a little over a week ago the European Union decided to move forward with their latest proposed updates to the EU Copyright Directive, which includes requirements for websites to affirmatively scan for copyrighted content – it’s been just about universally lambasted as internet-destroyingly awful – but all signs indicate that the […]
On the outlook of a federal privacy bill in 2019: “”privacy legislation is imminently kick-down-the-roadable” – Lee Tien
Listeners! We’re back! Tech Policy Grind has had a long, relaxing (well, not very relaxing) summer… and fall hiatus – but we’re back (and if I’m honest and modest)better than ever, and excited to bring you a batch of new interviews with tech policy nerds, for all you tech policy nerds and aspiring nerds out […]
Hey! You’re listening to Tech Policy Grind, and we want to thank you for joining us on this awesome adventure we’ve been on since launching the show last year. Our release schedule hasn’t always been the tightest, our audio quality hasn’t always been the most polished, but you’ve stuck with us as we covered everything […]
All right listeners, This is Tech Policy Grind, a show all about the exciting, occassionally inspiring things happening in internet law and policy – My name is Emory and this week, I’m excited because I get to bring you all along with me to Rightscon 2018, one of the coolest things I’ve gotten to do […]
The Europeans are coming! Hi everyone, welcome to Tech Policy Grind, a show by and about young professionals in the tech law and policy space – today we’re joined by Bijan Madhani – fellow foundry member at the Internet Law and Policy Foundry, Senior policy counsel at CCIA – the Computer & Communications Industry Association […]
After much delay, a fully-staffed podcast crew talks to Anisha Mangalick about her path from science into law and then everyone tries to explain the basics of blockchain to Joe. Anisha is currently an associate corporate counsel at Zendesk. You can learn more about her here: https://www.anishamangalick.com/
We live! Okay, yes, absolutely, we have been on a bit of a hiatus for the past few weeks – some of those good old fashioned life events kept cropping up. Turns out, 2018 is a busy, exciting year! Go figure! Today, we’re thrilled to bring you an episode with the current president of the […]
Hey, listeners, it’s time for another episode of Tech Policy Grind! I think you’re going to really like this one, and it marks the first in a multi-part series we’ll be doing on bitcoin, blockchain, cryptocurrencies – and how they’re barreling into the world of internet law and policy. Today, Joe and I had the […]
Hey! This is Emory, you’re listening to another episode of Tech Policy Grind a podcast from the Internet law and Policy Foundry – and this one coming up – this one you’re listening to right now – I think it might just be my favorite episode we’ve recorded thus far. An absolutely fascinating discussion with […]
Hey all you awesome ears, you’re listening to Tech Policy Grind the Internet Law and Policy Foundry podcast! This is Emory, and even though I’m conspicuously absent from this upcoming conversation, we have an amazing episode coming right up. Pinal and Joe talk with Angel Diaz, 2017 fellow at the foundry and technology associate at […]
Hey everyone, this is Emory, you’re listening to Tech Policy Grind – and if you’re just now tuning in, if you’re a new listener or just haven’t been paying much attention to your podcast feed this week, I’ve got great news! This is but one of five special bonus episode of Tech Policy Grind we’ve […]
Welcome to day 4 of Tech Policy Grind’s State of the Net 2018 coverage! Today we’re thrilled to bring you a brief discussion Joe and I had with TechDirt’s own Mike Masnick! Joe and I are both huge fans of Mike’s writing, and if you aren’t already, you probably should be! CEO, founder and writer […]
Hey Tech Policy Grind! Emory, back once more, to introduce a very internet policy episode of TPG, recorded while at State of the Net 2018 last week! On this two parter, we’ll hear from Commissioner Karen Charles Peterson and Dr. Rosyln Layton. Commissioner Karen Charles Peterson is the Commissioner of the Department of Telecommunications and […]
We’re back for day 2 of our week of bonus State of the Net 2018 discussions! Every day this week we’ll be releasing some bonus episodes of Tech Policy Grind including conversations Joe and Emory had with panelists at the largest internet policy conference in the country! Today we are joined by Sanja Kelly of […]
Well isn’t this exciting! Emory here, to let you know that yes, we’re bucking the norm this week and releasing some very special BONUS episodes of Tech Policy Grind! Last week Joe and I attended State of the Net, the largest internet policy conference in the country! We streamed some of what we did that day […]
Joining us this week is Rachel Wolbers – and Pinal and Emory pick her brain about what it’s like to be in the lobbying world, how you can get in touch with your elected officials, and advice for anyone getting started in the patent field without a science background. If you like what you hear, […]
This week on TPG we grabbed Kristian Stout to talk about how he made the leap from programmer to think-tanker, advice for 20 year olds everywhere, and a substantive, in-the-weeds discussion on FCC and FTC authority, informational injury, privacy and all sorts of wonky wonderfulness. Tune in, we think you’ll like it. (And, if you […]
Happy New Year! Inaugural fellow Camille Stewart joins us to talk “responsible” encryption policy in the Trump administration as well as her new podcast, Hustle Over Entitlement. We talk about her journey, from drafting contracts as a child to negotiating national security policies with the Five Eyes. We’re beyond thrilled to start the year […]
This Week, on December 14th, the FCC is likely to vote to repeal the Open Internet Order of 2015, effectively handing regulatory oversight of the Internet to the FTC, and ending the three bright-line rules against throttling, blocking and paid prioritization. The issue of Net Neutrality is a complex, hotly debated one, and it […]