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Episode 391: How much of the quantum tech boom is just Welfare for physicists?

USA - January 24 2022 That’s the question I had after reading Law and Policy for the Quantum Age, by Chris Hoofnagle and Simson Garfinkel. It’s a gracefully written and…

Episode 390: Have Facebook and Google cornered the market on antitrust troubles?

USA - January 18 2022 Just one week of antitrust litigation news shows how much turbulence Facebook and Google are encountering. Michael Weiner gives us a remarkably…

Episode 389: The FTC jumps into Llog4j cleanup with one foot

USA - January 12 2022 The Federal Trade Commission’s (FTC) other foot, I argue, is lodged firmly in its mouth. Tatyana Bolton defends the agency, which released what can…

Episode 388: China Dive

China, USA - January 5 2022 One of the good things about coming back from Christmas break are all the deep analyses that news outlets save up to publish over the holidays -…

Episode 387: Ten pounds of cyberlaw in a five-pound sack

USA - December 13 2021 All the cyberlitigation that didn’t get filed, or decided, over Thanksgiving finally hit the fan last week, and we’re still cleaning up. But first, I…