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In our 271st episode of The Cyberlaw Podcast, Stewart Baker interviews Glenn Reynolds, professor of law at the University of Tennessee and author of the new book, The Social Media Upheaval. Stewart is joined by Maury Shenk, Matthew Heiman, and Nick Weaver (@ncweaver) to discuss: Third Circuit finds that Amazon can be held liable for third-party sellers.; This Week in the war on Facial Recognition: The “toxification of face recognition” campaign.; What’s a surveillance state without pervasive facial recognition?; Shopping centers look to implement facial recognition.; Authorities in Xinjiang are seizing and installing spyware on travelers’ devices.; Big Tech is fighting the UK’s online “duty of care” proposal.; Cancerous content: Facebook, YouTube are overrun with cancer treatment misinformation.; This Week in the US China trade war: Microsoft, HP, and Dell are the latest to join the China exodus.; Xi Jinping promises compensation for IP theft victims.; This week in trade war confusion.; UK regulator says 30,000 social media followers makes you an e-celebrity, and subject to regulation.; A fitting coda: CBP has officially cut ties with Perceptics, the firm that was breached. The views expressed in this podcast are those of the speakers and do not reflect the opinions of the firm.

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