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Code & Chaos
66 minutes | Jan 27, 2021
Saving Private Data With Samantha Simms
A conversation with Samantha Simms; attorney, entrepreneur, privacy expert, speaker, gadget girl! We discuss the current state of privacy law and how privacy could evolve in the near/far future.
76 minutes | Jan 24, 2021
Strong Digital Identity
Why should we care about Strong Digital Identity? How is identity managed today? How could it be managed better?
123 minutes | Jan 17, 2021
Top Secret: A Conversation with The Data Diva, Debbie Reynolds
A conversation about privacy, data security, and more with the Data Diva, Debbie Reynolds.
97 minutes | Jan 17, 2021
Involuntary Compliance with Allen Woods
A conversation with special guest Allen Woods, retired technology professional whose career includes working in the UK Ministry of Defence.
120 minutes | Jan 14, 2021
Funeral: Parler, Part 2: Solutions
2 of 3 conversations about issues related to the deplatforming of Donald Trump and the closing of Parler. This part deals with exploring the various technical solutions proposed for moderating content on the internet.How To Spot And Critique Censorship Tropes In The Media’s Coverage Of Free Speech Controversies | Popehathttps://www.popehat.com/2015/05/19/how-to-spot-and-critique-censorship-tropes-in-the-medias-coverage-of-free-speech-controversies/Decentralised content moderation — Martin Kleppmann’s bloghttps://martin.kleppmann.com/2021/01/13/decentralised-content-moderation.htmlThe social media censorship issue nobody wants to talk abouthttps://blog.constelisvoss.ml/the-social-media-censorship-issue-nobody-wants-to-talk-about/Not Easy, Not Unreasonable, Not Censorship: The Decision To Ban Trump From Twitter | Techdirthttps://www.techdirt.com/articles/20210108/17022646023/not-easy-not-unreasonable-not-censorship-decision-to-ban-trump-twitter.shtmlPoliticians Who Said SESTA Was Needed To Takedown Backpage Claim Victory Over Backpage Takedown… Without SESTA | Techdirthttps://www.techdirt.com/articles/20180407/09564639587/politicians-who-said-sesta-was-needed-to-takedown-backpage-claim-victory-over-backpage-takedown-without-sesta.shtmlSilicon Valley’s Chinese-style social credit systemhttps://www.fastcompany.com/90394048/uh-oh-silicon-valley-is-building-a-chinese-style-social-credit-systemOpinion | They Used to Post Selfies. Now They’re Trying to Reverse the Election. - The New York Timeshttps://www.nytimes.com/2021/01/14/opinion/facebook-far-right.htmlFacebook Is Showing Military Gear Ads Next To Insurrection Postshttps://www.buzzfeednews.com/article/ryanmac/facebook-profits-military-gear-ads-capitol-riotGoogle experiments with Australian corporate media removals amid media bargaining code debatehttps://www.afr.com/companies/media-and-marketing/google-blocks-australian-news-in-experiment-20210113-p56tqd
70 minutes | Jan 12, 2021
Funeral: Parler, Part 1: Problems
D.C. and Elio debate the difference between censorship and de-platforming.
115 minutes | Jan 10, 2021
Cryptocurrency Threat Models
With our special guest James Bore, we ask the tough questions about cryptocurrency:- Is it the worst idea ever implemented?- How might it be attacked in unanticipated ways?- How might it directly threaten us as a society and as a species?0:00 James Bore Introduction2:51 What is Threat Modeling?3:33 Threat Modeling Cryptocurrency4:16 Cryptocurrency as a Threat Itself5:14 Can Tools Be Ethical?5:58 Cryptocurrency Threat Modeling Primer9:16 The Two Types of Unbreakable Encryption9:48 Prioritizing Threats to Cryptocurrency10:55 Speaking to Cryptocurrency Enthusiasts13:04 Initial Coin Offerings16:32 Gambling vs. Investing17:54 Most People Will Lose Money With Bitcoin?20:23 What is Bitcoin?24:44 Bitcoin Chain of Custody25:33 Threats to Bitcoin Utility29:40 Threats to Bitcoin Wallets35:32 Threats to Bitcoin Users1:04:21 Threats to Bitcoin Transactions1:19:27 Threats to Bitcoin Markets1:21:20 Threats to World Resources1:37:44 Threats to Bitcoin Ideology1:41:46 Bitcoin: The Worst Idea Ever Implemented?1:47:59 Proof of Work and Alternative Systems1:52:21 Conversation Wrap-Up1:53:39 Episode Sign-OffMore from James Bore:- https://twitter.com/coffee_fueled- https://coffeefueled.org/
61 minutes | Jan 6, 2021
Law and Disorder
Why is law interpreted? Why can't it be written in code? Can we automate the law?
64 minutes | Jan 5, 2021
What's Up, Docs?
A conversation about creating, saving, and finding documents in the age of impermanence.
100 minutes | Jan 4, 2021
Cloud Computed Responsibility
Fantastic conversation with Alexandre Blanc about the current state of responsibility in cloud computing, co-location, and on-premesis hosting.
63 minutes | Dec 31, 2020
Robots can finally dance on our graves after they destroy us all. Thanks, Boston.
62 minutes | Dec 30, 2020
Self-Driving Vehicles Are Dumb
Find out why self-driving cars built with today's technology are an awful idea that will end in tragedy.
124 minutes | Dec 29, 2020
Tech Interview Lessons Learned
Interview lessons learned in the course of two long software engineering careers, along with some great audience questions answered!
63 minutes | Dec 24, 2020
Whistleblowers and Strong Encryption
A conversation about Edward Snowden, whistleblowers in general, and the importance of strong encryption.
63 minutes | Dec 23, 2020
Explainable Machine Learning
This conversation begins with explainable machine learning, then goes into semantic versioning, comparing Ruby and Python's package manager, then ends with a discussion on the implications of Quantum Data Teleporation.
126 minutes | Dec 22, 2020
Media, Mandalorians, and More on SolarWinds
A variety of topics in our 2 hour episode recorded Saturday! SolarWinds Cyberattack, Star Wars vs Star Trek, Mandalorian Virtual Sets, Favorite Anime Series, Amazon Sidewalk, Robotics, Machine Learning, and More!
47 minutes | Dec 17, 2020
The SolarWinds Cyberattacks
Elio explains why the SolarWinds attack is a game changer, and why most people still won't wake up to cybersecurity because of it.
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