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May 18th, 2023
Berkeley Technology Law Journal Podcast: Barnett v. Apple and Illinois's Biometric Information Privacy Act with Tatiana Rice
Podcast Transcript: [SHABRINA] 0:07 Hello, and welcome to the BTLJ podcast. I’m your host, Shabrina Khansa. [MAHIMA] 0:18 And I’m your host Mahima Madan. [SHABRINA] 0:20 In today’s episode, we’ll explore the fascinating world of biometrics and its role in a recent case, Barnett v. Apple, which involves a dispute ...
April 25th, 2023
Berkeley Technology Law Journal Podcast: The Impact of Gonzalez v. Google on Section 230: A Discussion with Brandie Nonnecke, PhD
SPEAKERS Brandie Nonnecke, PhD; Anan Hafez; Ian Smith Podcast Transcript: [Anan Hafez] 0:07 Welcome to the Berkeley Technology Law Journal podcast. I’m your host, Anan Hafez. Today’s episode is all about Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act of 1996. Now, you might be asking yourself, what is Section 230? And ...
February 27th, 2023
Berkeley Technology Law Journal Podcast: The Capabilities and Limitations of ChatGPT with Professor Chris Hoofnagle
SPEAKERS Professor Chris Hoofnagle, Eric Ahern, Isabel Jones Podcast Transcript: [Eric] 00:12 Welcome to the BTLJ podcast. I’m your host, Eric Ahern. [Isabel] 00:17 And I’m your host, Isabel Jones. In today’s episode, we’ll be diving into the fascinating world of one of the most advanced machine learning tools out ...
January 23rd, 2023
Berkeley Technology Law Journal Podcast: Discussing Broadband Rate Regulation with Professor Tejas Narechania
The BTLJ Podcast team sits down with Berkeley Law Professor Tejas Narechania to discuss his forthcoming article, “Convergence and a Case for Broadband Regulation.” In the interview, Professor Narechania identifies the consequences of the outdated regulatory scheme for broadband services that exists in the United States. He also proposes a system ...
December 24th, 2022
Berkeley Technology Law Journal Podcast: Automatic License Plate Readers with ACLU Attorney Matt Cagle
The BTLJ Podcast team sits down with ACLU Senior Staff Attorney Matt Cagle to discuss the use of automatic license plate readers (ALPRs) by police departments and other law enforcement entities. This interview was recorded on November 9, 2022. Podcast Transcript: [Tiffaney] 0:12 You’re listening to the Berkeley Technology Law ...
November 18th, 2022
Podcast Transcript: [Udit] 0:13 The European Union’s digital market Act, or the DMA was published in the official journal of the EU on October 12 2022, and entered into force on November 1 2022. The legislation aims to radically transform how big tech companies operate by implementing regulations that limit ...
August 23rd, 2022
EPISODE TRANSCRIPT: Quantum Computing August 22, 2022 [Seth] 0:14 You’re listening to the Berkeley Technology Law Journal Podcast. I’m Seth Bertolucci. [Isabel] 0:19 And I’m Isabel Jones. On today’s episode, we sit down with a quantum physicist and an attorney specializing in technology law and human design to discuss ...
July 11th, 2022
[Nikki Seichepine] 0:13 You’re listening to the Berkeley Technology Law Journal Podcast. I’m Nikki Seichepine. In today’s episode we will be discussing the use of risk-assessment to inform criminal sentencing and how it’s used in ICE detention centers. Risk-assessments are used to help quantify the likelihood of an individual’s noncompliance ...
July 9th, 2022
Berkeley Technology Law Journal Podcast: Regulating IP in the Metaverse with Professor Molly Van Houweling
[Sonali Khanna] 0:12 You’re listening to the Berkeley Technology Law Journal Podcast. I’m Sonali Khanna. The metaverse is the convergence of two ideas that have existed for many years: virtual reality and a digital alternate life. For decades, technologists have dreamed of an era when our virtual lives would ...
June 14th, 2022
[Kavya Dasari] 0:12 You’re listening to the Berkeley Technology Law Journal Podcast. I’m Kavya Dasari. [Darshini Ramiah] 0:17 And I’m Darshini Ramiah. Today’s podcast is on the regulation of online hate speech. For all the benefits of social media, one of its more unpleasant consequences has been the proliferation ...