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  • Panelists Talk About Smugglers and Opioids
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    Illicit Online Opioid Vendors

    The U.S. Helsinki Commission, also known as the Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe, hosted a briefing on how smugglers use the internet to traffic opioids and counterfeit…

  • emUnited States v Microsoft Corporationem Oral Argument
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    United States v. Microsoft Corporation Oral Argument

    The Supreme Court heard oral argument in United States v. Microsoft Corporation, a case dealing with warrant compliance and email contents stored abroad. The federal government got a…

  • Panelists Discuss Upcoming Supreme Court Case on Sales Tax
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    Internet Sales Tax

    Legal scholars and attorneys debated the implications of a South Dakota law imposing sales tax on out-of-state internet businesses with no physical presence in the state. The Supreme Court…

  • Tech Experts Discuss Facebook Data  Privacy Practices
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    Facebook Data and Privacy Practices

    New America’s Open Technology Institute hosted a discussion on Facebook’s data and privacy practices following allegations that U.K. firm Cambridge Analytica misused miliions of Facebook…

  • Communicators and the State of the Net Conference Part 2
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    Communicators and the State of the Net Conference, Part 2

    Assistant Homeland Security Secretary Jeanette Manfra, Kathryn Condello of CenturyLink, Zello’s Bill Moore, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Robert Strayer, and Sanja Kelly of Freedom House, spoke…

  • Security Officials  Tech Experts Discuss Hacking  Elections
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    Hacking Elections, Panel 1

    Former Justice and Defense Department officials from the Obama and George W. Bush administrations spoke about the potential for Russia and other foreign adversaries to hack U.S. elections.…

  • Panelists Discuss Digital Data
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    Digital Data and Law Enforcement Investigations

    Justice Department officials and international law attorneys discussed the pros and cons of the newly passed Clarifying Lawful Overseas Use of Data Act (CLOUD) Act for data providers and…

  • Communicators with Michael Powell
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    Communicators with Michael Powell

    NCTA President Michael Powell talked about privacy issues raised when data of 50 million Facebook users was taken by Cambridge Analytica, a political data firm hired by President Trump’s 2016…

  • Officials Speak About Election System Vulnerabilities
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    Hacking Elections, Panel 2

    Election system vulnerabilities were the focus of a discussion at a conference on hacking and voting technology. The registrars of voters for Los Angeles and Orange Counties in California shared…

  • Washington Journal Michael Farren Discusses the Future of Autonomous Vehicles
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    Michael Farren on the Future of Autonomous Vehicles

    Michael Farren talked about the recent pedestrian death by a self-driving car and the future of autonomous vehicles.

  • DOJ Officials Discuss Privacy Law and Government Surveillance
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    Global Privacy Summit

    Justice Department officials talked about privacy, the law, and government surveillance at the International Association of Privacy Professionals 2018 global privacy summit. They focused on…

  • Washington Journal Tony Romm and Li Zhou Discuss Data Privacy
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    Tony Romm and Li Zhou on Data Privacy

    Tony Romm and Li Zhou talked about data privacy in the wake of the Facebook and Cambridge Analytica fallout.

  • Senators on Online Sex Trafficking Prosecution
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    Senators on Online Sex Trafficking Prosecution

    Senator Rob Portman (R-OH), the chief sponsor of a bipartisan online sex trafficking prosecution bill, led a colloquy among the bill’s chief supporters. H.R.1865, the Allow States and…

  • Senator Wyden on Online Sex Trafficking Prosecution
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    Senator Wyden on Online Sex Trafficking Prosecution

    Senator Wyden (D-OR) talked about his amendments to H..R.1865, the Allow States and Victims to Fight Online Sex Trafficking Act. The bill would make websites accountable for facilitating…

  • Communicators with Jimmy Soni
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    Communicators with Jimmy Soni

    Jimmy Soni talked about digital pioneer Claude Shannon. Mr. Shannon’s research on communications and information theory influenced decades of communications including telegraphy, telephony,…

  • Hearing Focuses on Cryptocurrency Markets
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    Cryptocurrency Markets

    The House Financial Services Subcommittee on Capital Markets, Securities and Investment held a hearing to examine the growth of virtual currencies and the markets they are traded in. A…

  • CPAC Panel with FCC Chair Ajit Pai
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    CPAC, Panel with FCC Chair Ajit Pai

    In this portion of the American Conservative Union annual conference, Federal Communications Commission Chair Ajit Pai and FCC Commissioners Michael O’Rielly (R) and Brendan Carr (R) talked about rural broadband access,…

  • Communicators at 2018 CES Part 4
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    Communicators at 2018 CES, Part 4

    Part 4 of “The Communicators” at the Consumer Electronics Association 2018 Technology Show focused on the latest in televisions, 5G, and digital media. Among those interviewed were Tim Alessi of LG,…

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    Former Democratic National Committee (DNC) chair Donna Brazile talked about her book Hacks, in which she offers her thoughts on the state of the Democratic Party in the wake of Russia’s hacking…

  • Jay Clayton and Christopher Giancarlo Testify at Hearing on Virtual Currencies
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    Virtual Currencies

    The Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee held a hearing onvirtual currencies. The chairs of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and the Commodity Futures Trading…

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