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Explore hundreds of lectures by scientists, historians, artists, entrepreneurs, and more through The Long Now Foundation's award-winning lecture series, curated and hosted by Long Now co-founder Stewart Brand (creator of the Whole Earth Catalog). Recorded live in San Francisco each month since 02003, past speakers include Brian Eno, Neil Gaiman, Sylvia Earle, Daniel Kahneman, Jennifer Pahlka, Steven Johnson, and many more. Watch video of these talks and learn more about our projects at Longn ...
 
Conversations with CEOs, CTOs, investors, heads of product, heads of innovation, merchandisers, buyers and all the other people that are shaping up the billion-dollar retail industry. We explore the state of the retail industry today, the potential for personalisation on a scale, AI’s role in the future of retail, and more. We’ve spoken to some amazing change-makers from thredUp, Milaner, Ashley Stewart, Macy’s, Nasty Gal, USPL, Yoga Club, Tata Cliq, Mercado Libre and will continue to featur ...
 
We are one of the world's pre-eminent law firms, with significant depth and range of resources across five continents. Our experts discuss pressing issues and trends faced by the business world today in the Clifford Chance Podcast. Podcast episodes may be in alternative languages from time to time. The content of this podcast does not constitute legal advice and should not be relied upon as such. Specific legal advice about your specific circumstances should always be sought separately befor ...
 
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The theme of this episode is a surge of creativity in the Biden administration as it searches for ways to regulate cybersecurity and cryptocurrency without new legislative authority. Paul Rosenzweig lays out the Department of Homeland Security’s entries in the creativity sweepstakes: New (and frankly pretty modest) cybersecurity directives to the r…
 
This is the meatiest episode in a long time, as Dmitri Alperovitch, Dave Aitel, and Mark MacCarthy go deep on the substance of a dozen stories or more. First up, Dmitri and I speculate on possible outcomes from the newly announced administration plan to convene 30 countries to crack down on ransomware. We also report on what may be the first confor…
 
In this episode, we welcome Nick Weaver back for a special appearance thanks to the time-shifting powers of podcast software. He does a sack dance over cryptocurrency, flagging both China’s ban on cryptocurrency transactions and the U.S. Treasury’s sanctioning of the SUEX crypto exchange. Maury Shenk explains the plans that the Biden administration…
 
One of Long Now’s founding premises is that humanity’s most significant challenges require long-term solutions, including institutions that caretake and guide the knowledge and commitment needed to work over long time scales. However, there are a limited number of organizations that have managed to stay stable over many centuries, and in some cases…
 
Jordan Schneider rejoins us after too long an absence to summarize the tech policy coming out of Beijing today: Any Chinese government agency with a beef against a tech company has carte blanche to at least try it out. From Didi and others being told to stop taking on subscribers to an end to Western IPOs, to the forced contributions to common welf…
 
The district court has ruled in the lawsuit between Epic and Apple over access to the Apple app store. Apple is claiming victory and Epic is appealing. But Apple’s victory is not complete, and may have a worm at its core. Jamil Jaffer explains.Surprised that ransomware gangs REvil and Groove are back—and thumbing their noses at President Biden? Dmi…
 
Back at last from hiatus, the podcast finds a host of hot issues to cover. Matthew Heiman walks us through all the ways that China and the U.S. found to get in each other’s way on technology. China’s new data security and privacy laws take effect this fall, and in keeping with a longstanding theme of the podcast—that privacy law is mostly about pro…
 
The resale market is thriving at the moment. With today’s shoppers drifting towards more deliberate, accessible shopping patterns, the total second-hand apparel market is expected to double in the next five years to $51 billion. Meet Santiago Valdés and Joaquín Zavala, the co-founders of Vestuá. Founded in 2014, Vestuá is an eCommerce platform for …
 
Reporter and writer Nathaniel Rich delves deep into conversation with Revive & Restore's Ryan Phelan and Ben Novak to discuss his newest book Second Nature: Scenes from a World Remade,which attempts to come to terms with the massive changes that are underway on our planet, and how humans can better understand our role to caretake, conserve and thou…
 
The Biden administration’s effort to counter ransomware may not be especially creative, but it is comprehensive. The administration is pushing all the standard buttons on the interagency dashboard, including the usual high-level task force and a $10 million reward program (but not including hackback authority for victims, despite headlines suggesti…
 
We begin the episode with the Biden administration’s options for responding to continued Russian ransomware outrages. Dmitri Alperovitch reprises his advice in the Washington Post that Putin will only respond to strength and U.S. pressure. I agree but raise the question whether the U.S. has the tools to enforce another set of alleged red lines, giv…
 
We begin the episode with a review of the massive Kaseya ransomware attack. Dave Aitel digs into the technical aspects while Paul Rosenzweig and Matthew Heiman explore the policy and political implications. But either way, the news is bad. Then we come to the Florida “deplatforming” law, which a Clinton appointee dispatched in a cursory opinion las…
 
CaratLane, a Tanishq brand, was founded in 2008 with the objective to make beautiful jewellery accessible, affordable, and forever wearable. With the increase in disposable incomes, growing digital adoption and self-purchasing trends among consumers, there’s a rising focus on everyday jewellery and all the ways it can be incorporated into daily war…
 
This episode offers an economical overview of the six antitrust reform bills reported out of the House Judiciary Committee last week. Michael Weiner and Mark MacCarthy give us the top line for all six (though only four would make substantial new policy). We then turn quickly to the odd-couple alliances supporting and opposing the bills, including m…
 
We could not avoid President Biden’s trip to Europe this week. He made news (but only a little progress) on cybersecurity at every stop. Nick Weaver and I dig into the President’s consultations with Vladimir Putin, which featured veiled threats and a modest agreement on some sort of continuing consultations on protecting critical infrastructure. Jo…
 
This week the Business Software Alliance issued a new report on AI bias. Jane Bambauer and I come to much the same conclusion: It is careful, well-written, and a policy catastrophe in the making. The main problem? It tries to turn one of the most divisive issues in American life into a problem to be solved by technology. Apparently because that has…
 
The Biden administration is pissing away one of the United States’ most important counterterrorism intelligence programs. At least that’s my conclusion from this episode’s depressing review of the administrations halting and delusion-filled approach to the transatlantic data crisis. The EU thinks time is on its side, and it’s ignoring Jamil Jaffer’…
 
We don’t get far into my interview with the authors of a widely publicized Ransomware Task Force report, before I object that most of its recommendations are “boring” procedural steps that don’t directly address the ransomware scourge. That prompts a vigorous dialogue with Philip Reiner, the Executive Director of the Institute for Security and Tech…
 
Paul Rosenzweig kicks off the news roundup by laying out the New York Times’s brutal overview of the many compromises Tim Cook’s Apple has made with an increasingly oppressive Chinese government. There is no way to square Apple’s aggressive opposition to U.S. national security measures with its quiet surrender to much more demanding Chinese measure…
 
Our interview is with Brandon Wales, acting head of the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) and Jen Daskal, deputy general counsel for Cyber and Technology Law at DHS. We dig deep into the latest Executive Order on cybersecurity. There’s a lot to say. The EO is focused largely on how the f…
 
Bruce Schneier joins us to talk about artificial intelligence (AI) hacking in all its forms. He’s particularly interested in ways AI will hack humans, essentially preying on the rough rules of thumb programmed into our wetware—that big-eyed, big-headed little beings are cute and need to have their demands met or that intimate confidences should be …
 
The second episode of our Paris office's Debt Capital Markets mini-series looks at the innovative Green Assets Wallet platform, with a focus on the future of green bond reporting and the use of Fintech to unlock the potential of the market for sustainable assets. Cecilia Repinski, founder and CEO of Green Assets Wallet, was the guest for the episod…
 
In 2020, Puma generated a global revenue of roughly 5.23 billion euros and its eCommerce business increased strongly by more than 60%. Shreya Sachdev, the head of marketing at Puma India, joins us on The Retail Podcast by Vue.ai to tell us the story of its rise to fame. She talks about the brand’s truly disruptive data-led and digital approaches th…
 
Our interview is with Kevin Roose, author of Futureproof: 9 Rules for Humans in the Age of Automation that debunks most of the comforting stories we use to anaesthetize ourselves to the danger that artificial intelligence and digitization poses to our jobs. Luckily, he also offers some practical and very personal ideas for how to avoid being caught…
 
Did you know that by 2024, the predicted global spend in the skincare industry will amount to $180 billion? The beauty industry has seen rapid growth that’s only been accelerated by the pandemic. Skincare brands are striving to deliver excitement to their customers including customizing ingredients to suit their skin, creating clean, cruelty-free p…
 
The Cyberlaw Podcast discusses issues at the intersection of technology and the law. Download the 359th Episode (mp3) You can subscribe to The Cyberlaw Podcast using iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, Pocket Casts, or our RSS feed. As always, The Cyberlaw Podcast is open to feedback. Be sure to engage with @stewartbaker on Twitter. Send your questions, …
 
In the first episode of our Debt Capital Markets mini-series from our Paris office, we look at the regulatory framework that has been put in place for blockchain transactions in France, as well as the main challenges to the development of a market for securities issued, recorded, settled and/or traded on blockchain platforms in France.Blockchain sp…
 
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