2016 Post Presidential Election Analysis with Bennet Kelley welcoming back Mike O' Neil from national public opinion research firm O'Neil Associates. Michael J. O’Neil is President of O’Neil Associates, a national public opinion research firm based in Tempe, Arizona. O’Neil Associates has conducted more than 1,700 opinion research surveys in the last 35 years for entities including Fortune 100 companies, law firms, labor unions, hospitals, utilities, nonprofits, and government agencies....
Is Russia Trying to Influence Our Election? It would not be the first time, as Russia has a history of engaging in cyber attacks against rival nations. The Atlantic Council‘s Kenneth Geers (PhD, CISSP) (@KennethGeers) joins us to discuss this development. Plus, Veloz Group founder Adam Mendler (@adammendler) and Ryan Sacks discuss ergonomics and disruption in the office space sector.
Bennet Kelley reports on location from the Information Systems Security Association Los Angeles Summit 2016,. He speaks with Chief Information Security Officer at Scripps Health Powell Hamilton and Andrea Hoy, the CEO of A. Hoy & Associates, and the International President of Information Systems Security Association (ISSA).
Fighting Cyber Exploitation and Fundamentalism as University of Miami Law Professor and Cyber Civil Rights Initiative Vice President Mary Anne Franks returns to CLBR provide an update on the battle over Cyber Exploitation (more commonly known as Revenge Porn).
Social Media and Women’s Rights in Saudi Arabia as 14,000 Saudi Women Sign Petition to End Male Guardianship Laws In Response to Twitter Campaign. Bennet Kelley speaks with Human Rights Watch’s Kristine Beckerle (@K_Beckerle). Kristin is the Yemen and Kuwait researcher in the Middle East and North Africa Division, investigating international human rights and humanitarian law violations in Yemen and human rights abuses in Kuwait.
Google’s Antitrust Battle with the EU as Yair Cohen (@CyberLawExpert) founder of the London-based Cohen Davis Solicitors joins us to discuss the brewing battle between Google and the EU over Antitrust. Regulators have focused on accusations that Google diverts traffic from competitors rivals to favor its own comparison shopping site. FTC rejected such charges in 2013. Reached settlement in 2014 that fell through. May 2016 reports that EU will seek €3 billion fine.
We are thrilled to welcome back Webcology host Jim Hedger (@jimhedger). Jim has been a webmaster and SEO for over 15 years. He offers not only a tech perspective, but as a resident of Toronto, he can provide a Canadian perspective on this most unusual election. Jim and Bennet discuss The 2016 United States Presidential Election race and the candidates positions on tech related issues.
Dan Lyons is the author of the bestseller Disrupted: My Misadventure in the Startup Bubble which the Los Angeles Times called “the best book about Silicon Valley today.” Dan is a novelist, journalist, and worked for two seasons as a screenwriter on the HBO comedy series, Silicon Valley. Previously Dan was editor of ReadWrite; technology editor at Newsweek; and a technology reporter at Forbes. In 2006, Dan created The Secret Diary of Steve Jobs, a blog that evolved into a novel and a cable...
Bennet Kelley discusses Cyber Terrorism and Silicon Valley with Brian Michael Jenkins, senior adviser to the president of the RAND Corporation and author of numerous books, reports, and articles on terrorism-related topics.
Bennet Kelley discusses Battle over Adblocking with PageFair’s Johnny Ryan. Dr Johnny Ryan (@johnnyryan) is Head of Ecosystem for PageFair where he works with global stakeholders to sustain the open Web beyond blocking. His previous roles include being Chief Innovation Officer of The Irish Times. Dublin-based PageFair is the leader in ad block solutions for website publishers. PageFair Analytics is used by over 2000 publishers to measure their exposure to ad blocking. PageFair technology...
Internet Gun Sales and Remembering the Aurora Colorado Movie Theater Shooting with the Curator of the Cherokee Heritage Center and Gun Historian David Kennedy. Kennedy is now Curator of Collections and Exhibits at the U. S. Marshals Museum, Inc.
Netroots Nation Conference is convening next week, the Republican Convention will be in Cleveland the following week and the Democratic Convention in Philadelphia the week after that. Joining us to make sense of this unpredictable election year is Villanova University Professor Matthew R. Kerbel, who is the author of the newly released Next Generation Netroots: Realignment and the Rise of the Internet Left.
Bennet Kelley speaks with Ari Ezra Waldman, an Associate Professor and the Director of the Innovation Center for Law and Technology at NYLS. He is the Founder and Director of the Tyler Clementi Institute for CyberSafety, which includes the first-of-its-kind law school pro bono clinic representing victims of online harassment.
With the California Primary that will decide the nominees of both parties and narrow the field for an open U.S. Senate seat, Bennet Kelley welcomes former Assembly Majority Leader Dario Frommer to give us a preview of the races.
Bennet Kelley speaks about Ransomware with Brad Taylor – CEO of Proficio, a Managed Security Service Provider (MSSP) focused on changing the way organizations meet their IT security and compliance goals.