Last week, the National Security Division of the Justice Department celebrated its 10th anniversary by holding a major conference at the Center for Strategic and International Studies. Judge Laurence Silberman, the intellectual and policy force behind the division's creation, spoke about the birth of NSD with Lawfare’s Benjamin Wittes.
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It's a law-heavy news roundup this time around. The gang discusses New York cybersecurity regulations for financial institutions, the EU's latest copyright and telecom proposals, a circuit split over standing and injury in federal data breach lawsuits, CDA 230, and the FTC's push for strict cybersecurity procedures.
Lawfare's Carrie Cordero came on the podcast to interview independent presidential candidate Evan McMullin on how his experience in national security operations and policy influenced his decision to make a late independent bid for the presidency.
This week’s podcast interview is with Ciaran Martin, the chief executive of the UK’s National Cyber Security Centre.
In the news round-up, Alan Cohn and I dive deep on the Government Oversight Committee's report on the OPM Hack, the ongoing fight between Apple and the EU, and the latest PlayPen decision in United States v. Torres.
How much medical history should presidential candidates disclose? Activists launch a new campaign to pardon Edward Snowden, just in time for the launch of a biopic on the world’s most famous leaker. And FBI Director James Comey gets compared to J. Edgar Hoover.
On September 7th, the Brookings Institution convened a discussion on a pilot program to disrupt online ISIS recruitment spearheaded by Jigsaw, a technology think tank run by Alphabet.
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump spar over who’d be the better commander-in-chief. The FBI releases its report on Clinton’s email server. And what has changed, and what hasn’t, since 9/11?
The podcast is back with a bang from its hiatus, bringing you an interview with Scott DePasquale and a news roundup from the most momentous August in cybersecurity history.