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    Book Discussion on Whistleblowers, Leaks, and the Media

    The editors and a contributor to the book Whistleblowers, Leaks and the Media: The First Amendment and National Security talked about the legal and policy issues surrounding the…

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    White House Press Secretaries

    White House press secretaries from the Ford, Reagan, George H.W. Bush, Clinton, and Obama administrations talked about how the position changed over time and the difficulties they faced…

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    Communicators with Mary Gray

    Mary Gray talked about the ethical questions raised by personal data collection on the Internet and how that data is being used for commercial and academic purposes. Ms. Gray is a…

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    Internet and Smart Technology

    The Center for Strategic and International Studies held a discussion on the intersection of smart technology and the Internet known as the *"Internet of Things." Speakers from Amazon,…

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    Elonis v. United States Oral Argument

    The U.S. Supreme Court heard oral argument in Elonis v. United States. The case involves free speech and criminal threats in the age of the Internet and social media. At issue in the…

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    Q&A with Ann Compton

    Ann Compton talked about her 41-year career covering the White House. She talked about covering presidents from Gerald Ford to Barack Obama and shared her personal experiences with…

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    Hacking and Cybersecurity Threats

    Cory Bennett talked about s hacking attack the previous month on Sony Entertainment Pictures. It was the largest-scale destructive attack made against a private company. A trailer…

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    Book Discussion on #Newsfail

    Allison Kilkenny and Jamie Kilstein, co-creators of Citizen Radio, talked about their book, #Newsfail, in which they argue that mainstream media fails to properly report on important issues,…

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    Communicators with Kim Zetter

    Kim Zetter talked by remote video from San Francisco about the Stuxnet computer worm, which she called the “first digital weapon.” Stuxnet, which was discovered in June 2010,…

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    Baylor University Armstrong Browning Library

    Library Director Rita Patteson talked about the Armstrong Browning Library at Baylor University in Waco, Texas. The library’s collection includes the letters, books, and ephemera…

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    David Hickton on Cybersecurity

    U.S. Attorney David Hickton talked about cybersecurity, how law enforcement pursued such criminals, and the prosecution of cybercirmes. He called cybercrimes a cross-border threat that…

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    Sports Broadcast Blackouts and Antitrust Exemptions

    Witnesses testified at a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on S. 1721, a bill that would eliminate the “sports blackout rule” enforced by the Federal Communications Commission…

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    Cybercrime and the Fourth Amendment

    Panelists talked about cyber information and the Fourth Amendment. Topics included questions such as the protections for e-mails. Judge Posner participated by video conference.…

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    Media Coverage of North Korea

    Foreign policy experts and journalists talked about how the media covers North Korea. br/ “Reporting on North Korea: Challenges, Problems, and Pitfalls” was a panel of the…

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    Future of High Tech Crimes

    Panelists talked about changing trends in cybercrime and its evolution as technology advances. br/ “High Tech Crimes of Tomorrow” was a panel at the day-long symposium,…

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    Cybercrime Investigations and Enforcement

    Leslie Caldwell talked about the Department of Justice’s efforts to address cybercrimes. br/ br/ This was the breakfast keynote address at the day-long symposium, “Cybercrime…

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    Congress and Cybercrime

    Attorneys, Justice Department officials, and academics talked about how Congress could address cybercrimes and possible legislation on the topic. Topics included how statutes such as…

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    European Union and Cybercrime

    Troels Orting, director of the European Cybercrime Centre, discussed ways the European Union was responding to cyber threats. Topics included international cooperation and the balance…

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    Public-Private Partnerships and Cybersecurity

    Panelists talked about ways private companies respond to cyber attacks, how they work with law enforcement to protect their networks, and the role of private cybersecurity response…

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    Government and Cybersecurity

    Michael Daniel talked about government actions to improve cybersecurity. Topics included the roles of the government and private sector in preventing cyber attacks. br/…

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