mostly PRIVACY

mostly PRIVACY

Latest Episodes

Revenge of the Nerds II: Privacy in Paradise
June 13, 2021

And we're back! We don't have Robert Carradine or Courtney Thorne-Smith, but we do have John and Meg! In this week's episode, we talk about: GDPR and the updated Standard Contractual Clauses (SCCs);  Apple's iOS 15 announcement;  Colorado's

Season 2 Trailer
March 18, 2021

A wise cyborg once said "I'll be back." That almost applies here. Season 2, coming soon...probably. Outro music is by Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Brass"Little Spanish Flea"

Yippee Ki Yay, 2020!
December 23, 2020

Is Die Hard a Christmas movie? What is the FTC going to do about Google and Facebook? Did ____ really show up in the finale of The Mandalorian?! We tackle the hard-hitting questions that other privacy podcasts (rightfully) said "hard pass" to.  Mus

This Month in Privacy
November 02, 2020

This is the true story … of 2 people … picked to live in a conference call … work together … and have their lives taped … to find out what happens … when people stop being polite … and start getting real (about privacy).  November is coming, but som

The Life Pandemic
October 09, 2020

Where does data privacy fit into a world overrunning with wildfires, murder hornets, Greek alphabet hurricanes, and a global pandemic? Join the gang as they talk about iOS 14, creative difficulties, and the possibility of hope in the form of a battle roya

Schrems II: Judgement Day
August 07, 2020

Is Privacy Shield dead? Terminated. The Court of Justice of the European Union issued its long awaited decision in "Schrems II," a landmark decision that invalidates the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield arrangement. And of course Meg and John are going to talk abou

July 14, 2020

In this episode, Meg and John discuss the always-hot topic of facial recognition. They dive into the Illinois Biometric Information Privacy Act, use of facial recognition technology by law enforcement, and all the reasons to watch the 1997 action thriller

Guy Incognito
June 25, 2020

Who wants $5,000? If you use Google Chrome, youre likely familiar with Incognito mode, which, turns out, may not be as private as you thought. In this episode, Meg and John discuss the reasons that Google is (back) in court, how you could get $5000