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Reema chats with Marcela Mattiuzzo and Nathalie Fragoso, Partners at VMCA Advogados, on Brazilian privacy law and regulatory policy updates.
Senior Foundry Fellows Reema Moussa, Lama Mohammed, and Joe Catapano cover a couple of headlines from the latest in tech policy.
In this episode, Class 4 Senior Fellow Lama Mohammed interviews Katie Harbath, CEO and Founder of Anchor Change.
Anchor Change is a consulting organization developing solutions at the intersection of tech, policy, and business focusing on global issues related to democracy, elections, and civic engagement online.
Episode 32 of Season 4 features Lama in an insightful discussion with Katie on election misinformation with a special focus on public trust.
This week, host Reema Moussa catches up with three Class 5 fellows Evan Enzer, Zia Mohammad, and Daniela Guzman Peña. Evan Enzer is the editor of the Tech Policy Grind podcast and a consultant focused on privacy law compliance and operations. Zia is a technologist working as a product manager for Amazon Web Services in quantum computing. Daniela is a co-producer of the Tech Policy Grind podcast, former journalist, and working on policy development and stakeholder engagement at a tech platform. We caught up with these three fellows to hear more about their diverse careers in tech policy and what they’ve been working on during their first year with the Foundry.
This week Class 4 Fellow and Fellow Highlights series host Meri Baghdasaryan sits down with Dyllan Brown-Bramble, who is a Class 4 fellow and leads Foundry’s Annual Policy Hackathon Committee. Dyllan is an associate at a global law firm where he practices privacy and cybersecurity law. He also serves as a Junior Board Member for the Surveillance Technology Oversight Project (S.T.O.P.). Dyllan graduated from Georgetown University Law Center in 2018 where he was a Technology Law and Policy Scholar.
On this week’s episode, Evan Enzer, an ILPF fellow and car-centric SoCal Native, met up with Adonne Washington (Future of Privacy Forum) and Andrea Amico (Privacy4Cars) to cover our introduction to vehicle privacy, a fast-emerging market in the broader privacy law and policy profession.
Foundry Fellow Katelyn Ringrose chats with Cobun Zweifel-Keegan (IAPP) and Vinny DiGilio (Grindr) about queer privacy and digital equity.
Reema chats with Justin Sherman on data brokers: including FTC action, the California Delete Act, and the civil liberties at stake, and more.
Meri sits down with Grant Versfeld, a threat intel engineer and Co-VP for the Foundry’s current E-Board, on his foray into cyber policy.
Rebecca Kilberg interviews Dr. Stephen Abrams, Head of the Digital Preservation program at the Harvard University Library.
This week Class 5 Fellow Gabe Rudin sits down with Jena Valdetero (Greenberg Traurig) to talk incident response and the new SEC cyber rules.
Meri sits down with Foundry Fellow David Morar, Ph.D. to chat about his career in privacy, open data, tech ethics and internet governance.
Meri Baghdasaryan chats with Foundry Fellow Justin P’ng about his career journey into privacy and cybersecurity law as a Canadian attorney.
Lama chats with Jiahao Chen, Amber Ezzell, and Juhi Koré, in a recent panel on what AI bias is and what can be done to remedy it.
This week, Reema chats with David Ryan Polgar, Founder of All Tech is Human, about creating a responsible tech community.
Will Art Survive In the Age of Generative AI? With Kieran Henstenburg and Christopher Shannon [S4E19]
In this episode, Fellow Lama Mohammed chats with Glen Echo Group’s creative team on protections for creators in the age of generative AI.
The rollout of generative AI has helped illustrate how transformative AI technology can be. However, the emergence of AI should not be a surprise given that its implementation in other sectors has been occurring for years. In this conversation moderated by Foundry Fellow Alvaro Marañon, Hodan Omaar (ITIF), Charley Snyder, (Google), and Gillian Diebold (ITIF) discuss how artificial intelligence has been developed and deployed in various industries.
Reema and Professor Eric Goldman discuss how the fediverse works, the pros and cons of decentralizing social media, and Meta’s “Threads.”
Foundry Fellow Ekene Chuks-Okeke chats artificial intelligence and intellectual property with Juyoun Han, Franklin Graves, and Elena Gurevich.
Recent law school grad and Class 4 Fellow Allyson McReynolds talks through her career beginnings on the Hill to a pivot into cyberlaw.
Catching Up with the Oversight Board: Reporting on Content Moderation, Elections & Human Rights with Pamela San Martín [S4E13]
In this episode, Class 4 Fellow Lama Mohammed interviews Pamela San Martín, Board Member of the Oversight Board to discuss the success, lessons learned, and the cases filed from their latest Annual Report.
Joe Catapano sits down with Sally Costerton, Interim President & CEO of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN).
Meri chats with Ayden Férdeline about the Internet Governance ecosystem, the Global Digital Compact, and the roles of various stakeholders.
Fellow Evan Enzer chats with the Surveillance Technology Oversight Project (STOP)’s Albert Fox Cahn on the intersections of speech, gaming and civil rights.
This week Meri sits down with Class 4 Fellow Ellen Magallanes to chat about her career in privacy law and work at the Wikimedia Foundation.
Class 4 Fellow Meri Baghdasaryan sits down with former Fellow Ashkhen Kazaryan about her journey to discover and evangelize the tech policy community.
Today, class is in session for Health Privacy 101 with FPF’s Jordan Wrigley and Wilmer Hale & American University’s Kirk Nahra.
The TPG North American Tour: the Foundry Takes ICANN76, WiCyS ’23, and IAPP’s Global Privacy Summit [S4E05]
In this episode, we hit the road once again for our North American tour of some major tech policy conferences. This time, we head to the ICANN76 Community Forum in Cancún, Mexico, the Women in Cybersecurity (WiCyS) 2023 Conference in Denver, Colorado, and the IAPP Global Privacy Summit in Washington DC.