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Tech Policy Grind Episodes
Navigating the World of Global Internet Governance with Joe Catapano [S3E12]
Reema catches up with ILPF Class 4 Communications Director Joe Catapano on his career in multistakeholder global Internet governance.
Youth and Participation in Internet Governance: An IGF USA Recap [S3E11]
Meri Baghdasaryan unpacks the world of Internet Governance with Dustin Loup, co-chair of Internet Governance Forum or IGF USA, and Jeremy Bernick, a co-organizer of the inaugural Youth IGF USA.
Free Expression at Meta: Inside the Oversight Board with Julie Owono [S3E10]
Fellow Meri Baghdasaryan chats with Julie Owono, Member of the Oversight Board, on the Board’s first annual report, decisions, and future.
Practice Makes Preparation: Exploring Cyber War Games with Rikki George [S3E09]
For this edition of Fellow Highlights Reema chats with the Foundry Fellows’ Class 4 President, Rikki George on her career journey into tech and cybersecurity, as well as some upcoming Foundry activities.
Re-Imagining Privacy in a Post-Roe World with Eva Galperin [S3E08]
What is privacy in a Post-Roe world? TPG Host Reema Moussa chats with Eva Galperin on surveillance, data privacy, and digital liberties in the wake of the overturning of Roe v. Wade.
Fellow Highlights: A Career in Digital Human Rights with Meri Baghdasaryan [S3E07]
This episode of the Tech Policy Grind initiates a new series within the show; Fellow Highlights! Reema chats with Fellow Meri Baghdasaryan on her career journey into tech law and policy at the intersection of human rights, free speech, and surveillance.
The Future of Open Access and Creative Commons with CEO Catherine Stihler [S3E06]
In this episode of the Tech Policy Grind, Class 4 Fellow Emine Ozge Yildirim interviews Catherine Stihler, the CEO of Creative Commons.
The Model Minority Myth in Tech [S3E05]
In this episode, Class 4 Fellow Ellen Magallanes discusses the Model Minority Myth in tech spaces with Carmen Lo and Mike Pham.
Internet Fragility: Creating a More Inclusive Internet with Nick Merrill [S3E04]
In this episode of the Tech Policy Grind Podcast, Fellow Lama Mohammed speaks with Nick Merrill on Internet fragility.
Global Internet Governance: The UN/ITU in 2022 with Jim Lewis [S3E03]
In this episode of the Tech Policy Grind Podcast, Fellow Joe Catapano speaks with Jim Lewis on the geopolitical tech policy landscape.
The Future of Open Internet and the War in Ukraine with Konstantinos Komaitis [S3E02]
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 with Ayan Islam [S3E01]
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 […]
We Ask the Question “Should We Tax Our Robot Overlords?” with Nikolas Guggenberger [S2E08]
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 […]
Lessons from Blocking the Big 5 and More With Kashmir Hill [S2E07]
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, […]
Talking IAPP and Podcasting with Angelique Carson – The TPG / Privacy Advisor Crossover Event of the Century! [S2E06]
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 […]
Bug Bounty-ing and Associate Corporate Counseling at Github with Fred Jennings [S2E05]
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 […]
Debunking CCPA Myths with Mary Stone Ross [S2E04]
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 […]
Terrorist Content Regulation: Article 13 on Steroids – A Conversation with Daphne Keller at State of the Net 2019 [S2E03]
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 […]
CCPA, GDPR, BIPA and more with EFF’s Lee Tien at SOTN2019 [S2E02]
On the outlook of a federal privacy bill in 2019: “”privacy legislation is imminently kick-down-the-roadable” – Lee Tien
State of the Net 2019 – A Conversation with FTC Commissioner Slaughter [S2E01]
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 […]
Ending the Season with A Very Wonky California Consumer Privacy Act [S1E20]
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 […]
RightsCon 2018: Javier Pallermo and a RightsCon Retrospective [S1E19]
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 […]
Bijan Madhani: The Europeans Are Coming! GDPR Spectacular [S1E18]
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 […]
Anisha Mangalick Adds to the Blockchain [S1E17]
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. […]
A Word With Our President, Patrick Kyhos [S1E16]
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 […]
Inayat Chaudhry and the Value of LL.M’s and Cryptokitties [S1E15]
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 […]
Kendra Albert, Elizabeth Anne Watkins, and the Cyber Security Digital Divide [S1E14]
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 […]
We Talk NDAs, Enforceability, and the Unlikely Path of a Tech Associate for Angel Diaz [S1E13]
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 […]
SOTN2018 – Dr. Betsy Cooper, The Witches Brew of Cyber-Security and Our Vulnerable Olympics [S1E12]
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 […]
SOTN2018 – Mike Masnick, Fake News and the Dangers of Doing Too Much [S1E11]
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 […]