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Hosts Matt Sardo '23, Meg Sullivan '23, Ibrahim Hinds '23, and Seth Bertolucci '23 discuss Section 230 with Berkeley Law Professor Pam Samuelson. Edited by Diming Xu '22. Produced by BTLJ Podcast Editors Andy Zachrich & Haley broughton.โดย The BTLJ Podcast
 
Hosts Ximena Velazquez-Arenas '23, Kavya Dasari '23, Kurt Fredrickson '23, and Nathaniel Kellerer LLM '21 discuss Antitrust and Big Tech with Berkeley Law Professor Chris Hockett. Produced by BTLJ Podcast Editors Haley Broughton & Andy Zachrich.โดย The BTLJ Podcast
 
We discuss Prof. Scott Skinner-Thompson's theory of "performative privacy" as a means of resistance for marginalized communities and its limitations, which he expounds on in his new book "Privacy at the Margins." (Prof. Skinner Thompson is Associate Professor of Law at the University of Colorado Law School.)Hosts: Andy Zachrich (J.D. '22) and Ximen…
 
Hosts Matt Sardo '23, Ibrahim Hinds '23, and Ximena Velazquez-Arenas '23 cover the increasing privacy concerns surrounding COVID-19 tracing apps, Senate hearings with Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg and Twitter's Jack Dorsey, and the Federal Aviation Authority's clearance of Boeing's 737 MAX to resume flights in the U.S.…
 
We discuss adversarial machine learning, the CFAA, and AI bias with Prof. Ryan Calo (Professor of Law at the University of Washington School of Law) and David O'Hair (associate at Knobbe Martens), co-authors of “Is Tricking a Robot Hacking?” from our Journal's Volume 34, Issue 3.Hosts: Haley Broughton '23 and Allan Holder '21…
 
Hosts Kavya Dasari '23, Meg Sullivan '23, and Jonathan Baer '23 cover Zoom's settlement with the FTC, an antitrust case against Amazon in the EU, and the Department of Justice's challenge of Visa's Acquisition of Plaid, a fintech start-up.โดย The BTLJ Podcast
 
Hosts Ximena Welazquez-Arenas '23 and Diming Xu '23 cover the DOJ's antitrust suit against Google, Uber's response to California's recently-passed Proposition 22, and the United States' charges against Russian hackers in connection with several global cyberattacks.โดย The BTLJ Podcast
 
Hosts Allan Holder '21 and Kavya Dasari follow up on our coverage of Epic Games' antitrust suit against Apple, and cover recent developments regarding Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, a privacy lawsuit filed against the San Francisco Police Department, and the release of a joint statement by an international coalition of countries reg…
 
Hosts Ibrahim Hinds '23 and Kurt Fredrickson '23 cover recent criminal charges against the founders of one of the world's largest BitCoin exchanges, the House's antitrust report on Facebook, Google, Apple, and Amazon, and the Supreme Court copyright case between Oracle and Google.โดย The BTLJ Podcast
 
Hosts Matt Sardo '23 and Meg Sullivan ' 23 follow up on last week's coverage of TikTok's request for an injunction to the ban of its app, and cover Epic Games' lawsuit against Apple following the companies' dispute over banning Fortnite from Apple's App Store, the EU's draft of antitrust regulations for large tech companies, Seattle's recently-pass…
 
Hosts Kurt Fredrickson '23 and Jonathan Baer '23 discuss antitrust action against Google, the latest in TikTok’s troubles with the current administration, and a data breach class action against Amazon.โดย The BTLJ Podcast
 
Host Veronica Bognot '21 discusses Amazon’s alleged misuse of seller data, the most recent salvo in Facebook's suit against NSO Group, and the Supreme Court's ruling on whether explanations of the law are copyrightable.โดย The BTLJ Podcast
 
Host Elizabeth Fu '21 covers Facebook's Libra project's newest iteration, an exemption for Nuro that paves the way for driverless deliveries, and delays in the trial of Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes.โดย The BTLJ Podcast
 
Host Joseph Kroon '22 discusses the new Apple/Google COVID-19 contact network system, the Supreme Court's first foray into broadcasting its proceedings, and a ruling regarding copyright and third parties on Instagram.โดย The BTLJ Podcast
 
We're back, because as hard as it may try, early 2020 can't hold BTLJ down. Host Andy Zachrich '22 discusses the CFAA, the new T-Mobile, and location data tracking as a result of the coronavirus crisis.โดย The BTLJ Podcast
 
We sat down with Berkeley Law professors (and former FTC attorneys) Erik Stallman and Tejas Narechania for an overview of the issue of net neutrality and to discuss the D.C. Circuit's recent major decision about the issue.Hosts: Dan Noel '21 and Allan Holder '21โดย The BTLJ Podcast
 
This week, we discuss tech and constitutional rights at the U.S. border, a JEDI at the Department of Defense, and Facebook's recent interactions with both the judiciary and the legislature.Hosts: Andy Zachrich '22 and Allison Talker '22โดย The BTLJ Podcast
 
For the week of October 25th, we discussed India's future plans for social media platforms, Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, and cybersecurity for law firms.Hosts: Yexi Xu LLM '20 and Maximin Orsero LLM '20โดย The BTLJ Podcast
 
This week, we discuss free public TV, Amazon preparing its own legislative proposals, and who gets sued if your Tesla gets into an accident as it drives toward you.Hosts: Debbie Mosley ’22 and Andy Zachrich ’22โดย The BTLJ Podcast
 
In the first episode of the series and of Issue 35, we cover recently announced tech antitrust investigations and some new California’s bills that will affect the tech giants.Hosts: Allison Talker ’22 and Allan Holder ’21โดย The BTLJ Podcast
 
Last month, for the first time in decades, new copyrighted works entered the public domain and can now be freely accessed and used by anyone. The BTLJ Podcast went to the Internet Archive to find out more about the reopening of the public domain and why it matters.โดย The BTLJ Podcast
 
In this episode, we talk to Berkeley Law professor Peter Menell about patent law and new challenges to patent eligibility. Professor Menell discusses the effects of recent Supreme Court decisions and new calls for legislative action to address patent eligibility.โดย The BTLJ Podcast
 
Today we’re welcoming Sean Brooks and Steve Trush to the show. Sean Brooks is the Director and Steve Trush is the Deputy Director of the Citizen Clinic, a public-interest cybersecurity clinic here at UC Berkeley. Established in 2015, the clinic supports politically-vulnerable organizations’ efforts to defend themselves against online threats and im…
 
The Berkeley Technology and Law Journal Podcast interviews Brian Israel, General Counsel of Planetary Resources, an asteroid mining company.Brian is an expert in space law, and talks about his work managing the US State Department’s space portfolio as well as space law in private industry.โดย The BTLJ Podcast
 
Origin stories, sacred songs, and other types of sacred traditional knowledge are intangible cultural property belonging to tribes or indigenous people. Intangible cultural property is not merely information–it is essential to tribal way of life. Despite its importance, there are currently no federal laws protecting others from appropriating sacred…
 
When someone purchases a book they have an immediate understanding of what they can do with it. They can loan it, toss it, or resell it. When someone purchases digital media, many are surprised to find out that the same rights don’t apply. Trends in the technology and media landscape have elevated the use of licenses in lieu of outright ownership. …
 
What laws apply in space? Gabriel is an attorney with 11 years of experience in the US State Department’s Office of the Legal Advisor. He works on several issues, including international law and space law. This podcast discusses several hot topics in space law including: privately-funded space exploration, weapons in space, liability issues in spac…
 
In 2005, the U.S. and Israel allegedly used a computer virus (Stuxnet) to hobble the Iranian nuclear program. The U.S. is believed to operate over 7,362 unmanned aerial systems (UAVs). Many decry Russia’s “weaponization” of the internet and social media to interfere with elections. What’s in store for the future of technology and warfare? How do th…
 
How does the law handle the latest video games? Niko Plassaras is a litigation associate at Fenwick & West, LLP. His practice focuses on intellectual property litigation and counseling. Niko works closely with video game clients. This practice area requires attorneys to confront intellectual property issues that are unique to video games. For examp…
 
Matt Caplan, a partner at Cooley LLP, and our hosts (Tony Bedel ’18 and Chante Eliaszadeh ’20) discuss how to protect intellectual property with trade secrets. Matt explains how trade secrets are an essential tool for startups and new ventures. The podcast also explores the recent Waymo v. Uber trade secret litigation.…
 
Can a robot get a copyright for its works? If not who owns the property? It would have been difficult for our constitutional framers to envision the rise of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning. AI and machinelearning are already creating valuable properties, but how to protect those properties requires careful planning because they do…
 
Special Thanks to the Berkeley Law chapter of the American Constitution Society for Law and Policy for assistance with this podcast episode!Simon Tam found himself at the Supreme Court because of his rock band’s name: “the Slants.” Simon and his band mates chose the name as a way to reclaim a racial slur. The band members, including Simon, are of A…
 
Tony Bedel & Chante Westmoreland (JD Candidates ’18) interview Daphne Keller, Director of Intermediary Liability at the Center for Internet and Society at Stanford Law School. This discussion focuses on Europe’s new privacy regime, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the right to be forgotten. Under the GDPR companies around the world…
 
Chante Westmoreland (JD Candidate ’18) interviews Jamie Williams of the Electronic Frontier Foundation. Jamie discusses how the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA) interacts with the “Internet of Things,” and why the CFAA needs to be reformed.โดย The BTLJ Podcast
 
Chante Westmoreland (JD Candidate ’18) interviews Tom Counts (Partner, Paul Hastings) and Danielle Decker (Associate, Paul Hastings) after their BCLT Sponsored Lunch Talk. Tom and Danielle explain their client-centered approach for helping corporations protect trade secrets and working to remedy a possible leak in information.…
 
Chante Westmoreland (JD Candidate ’18) and Patrick Johnson (JD Candidate ’19) interview Chris Hoofnagle of the UC Berkeley School of Law and School of Information. Chris discusses how consumers unknowingly expose their data to companies, the consequences of exposure, and provides some tips on how consumers can better protect their information.…
 
Chante Westmoreland (JD Candidate ’18) and Patrick Johnson (JD Candidate ’19) interview Fred VonLohmann, Copyright Counsel at Google to learn about his work at Google, the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, and YouTube’s “Content ID” service.โดย The BTLJ Podcast
 
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