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I think there is room for intelligent conversation about a topic – conversation that is not some kind of debate or battle, but at the same time expands our understanding of the world.

I think there is room for intelligent conversation about a topic – conversation that is not some kind of debate or battle, but at the same time expands our understanding of the world.
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I think there is room for intelligent conversation about a topic – conversation that is not some kind of debate or battle, but at the same time expands our understanding of the world.

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Episodes

Sex Work/Sex Trafficking #5 – Grace Taylor on the Business of Sex Work, SWOP, and Harm Reduction

7/24/2019
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This is my conversation with Grace Taylor. Ms. Taylor is a consensual sex worker who was kind enough to take some time out of her day to speak with me about a variety of topics.

Duration:00:34:39

Sex Work/Sex Trafficking #4 – Surviving Sex Trafficking Through Faith

7/24/2019
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This is my conversation with Hope Doe, author of Suicide and Sex Work: Finding God in a Godless World.

Duration:00:15:19

Sex Work/Sex Trafficking #3 – Erin O’Brien on the Ideal Victim

7/24/2019
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This is the third conversation in my series on Sex Work and Sex Trafficking. In this installment I speak with Dr. Erin O’Brien from Queensland University of Technology. Our conversation focuses on the the ways in sex trafficking and victims of sex trafficking are discussed in society.

Duration:00:30:17

Sex Work/Sex Trafficking #1 – Ryan Lowery on Sex Trafficking in New Mexico

5/21/2019
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Ryan Lowery is a freelance journalist based in Albuquerque, New Mexico. We discuss his recent article in the Santa Fe Reporter "Sold for Sex". https://www.sfreporter.com/news/coverstories/2019/03/27/sold-for-sex/

Duration:00:14:03

Issues in Cybercrime, Conversation 12 – Social Cybersecurity

5/5/2019
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In this conversation, I speak with Ms. Cori Faklaris. Ms. Faklaris is a doctoral student at the Human-Computer Interaction Institute in the Computer Science department at Carnegie Mellon University.

Duration:00:44:30

Issues in Cybercrime, Conversation 11 – Understanding Types of Cybercrime

5/5/2019
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This conversation is with Ms. Sagwadi Mabunda, a Ph.D. Candidate at the University of Western Cape, in South Africa. Ms. Mabunda is working on a way of categorizing cybercrime, which would then make it easier for authorities in that country to investigate and prosecute cyber offenses.

Duration:00:21:10

Issues in Cybercrime, Conversation 10 – Cybercrime and 3D Printing

5/5/2019
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In this conversation, I speak with Dr. Angela Daly about 3D printing's potential to facilitate new forms of crime, as well as its beneficial uses in the criminal justice system

Duration:00:53:03

Issues in Cybercrime, Conversation 9 – Cybercrime as a Startup Business

5/5/2019
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This is my discussion with Thea Sogenbits. Ms. Sogenbits is developing an understanding of cybercrime as a startup business.

Duration:01:08:39

Issues in Cybercrime, Conversation 8 – Cybersecurity, Cyberattacks, Cyberwar

5/5/2019
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Dr. Forno is a Senior Lecturer in the UMBC Department of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering, where he directs the UMBC Graduate Cybersecurity Program and serves as the Assistant Director of UMBC’s Center for Cybersecurity.

Duration:00:40:40