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April 25, 2014: Can Intellectual Property law inform Privacy? A discussion with Eric Goldman

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In this podcast, FPF Legal and Policy Joe Newman talks with Eric Goldman, Professor at Santa Clara University School of Law, Director of the High Tech Law Institute, and a new member of FPF’s Advisory Board. Professor Goldman discusses the problems that arise when trying to incorporate property law concepts within privacy debates.

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November 08, 2013: A Frank Discussion with Frankly CEO Steve Chung

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In this podcast, FPF’s Joseph Jerome talks with Steve Chung, CEO of Frankly, the next-gen texting application that promotes safe, anonymous, and private chat rooms, about ephemeral communication and the future of text messaging.

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August 28, 2013: Talking Consumer Subject Review Boards with Ryan Calo 

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In this podcast, FPF’s Joseph Jerome talks to Professor Ryan Calo about “Consumer Subject Review Boards” and we also discuss Professor’s Calo recent scholarship on digital market manipulation.

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August 20, 2013: Talking Big Data with Chris Hoofnagle

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In this podcast, FPF’s Joseph Jerome talks to Professor Chris Jay Hoofnagle about how FRCA regulates consumer reporting “big data” and what lessons can be drawn to other consumer data regimes.

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August 13, 2013: Talking Big Data with Bill McGeveran

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In this podcast, FPF’s Joseph Jerome talks to Professor Bill McGeveran about the lessons learned from the 2000 “Cyberspace and Privacy: A New Legal Paradigm” symposium and how they can be applied to Big Data moving forward.

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