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Debate with Greg Nojeim and Jamil Jaffer

Debate with Greg Nojeim and Jamil Jaffer

In our 155th episode of the Steptoe Cyberlaw Podcast, Stewart Baker, Maury Shenk, and Alan Cohn discuss: White House wiretap flap keeps flapping; a failed attempt to sue foreign governments for cyberspying inside the US; European Court of Justice Limits Right to be Forgotten; Germany proposes $50 m fines for social media with disapproved views; Justice Department indicted four men, including two Russian spies, for hacking into Yahoo and stealing data on 500 million users; President Donald Trump will publicly call for a volunteer effort from tech companies and internet service providers to crack down on botnets; budget is good to cyber: $1.5 billion for Homeland Security Department programs that protect federal networks; and $61 million for the FBI that would go toward intelligence gathering and bypassing encryption; the German parliament voted today to loosen Germany's data protection laws, amid heightened concern over public safety; President Donald Trump will appoint Rob Joyce, the h

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