Refreshing scepticism
I much enjoy the Cyberlaw Podcast, even if as a non-American some of goes over my head. I was moved to write this review by the superb discussion of EU privacy law, in which king’s absence of clothing was pointed out with refreshing forcefulness. In Europe we seem generally to take for granted the law on data processing, which flies in the face of reality and is in any event fundamentally misconceived. In a free society, what I disclose to you is not my data, but yours... Keep up the good work.
Lakanal2 via Apple Podcasts · Switzerland · 02/12/20
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LeePut123 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/02/15
Great news roundups with always the most current cyber/privacy/security/government happenings - I especially love when the "regulars" bring my attention to an enforcement action or incident I hadn't yet come across in my various newsfeeds and the personal experiences and anecdotes...Read full review »
In-House Subscriber via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/23/16
Stewart Baker is less funny than he thinks and substitutes snide political asides for analysis. I guess he is playing to Steptoe & Johnson’s client base. As a podcast, however, it would be greatly improved by a humbler, inquisitive host.
Nick of Steel via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/25/18
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