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Best podcasts about privacy rights

Latest podcast episodes about privacy rights

The Dana & Parks Podcast
Your privacy rights when working/schooling from home. Hour 3 8/23/2022

The Dana & Parks Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 37:15


Northwestern Intersections
Online Privacy Rights and the Datafication of Our Lives with University Trustee Jane S. Hoffman '86 ('21 P)

Northwestern Intersections

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 54:08


Since she was a student at Northwestern, University Trustee Jane S. Hoffman '86 ('21 P) has been interested in how messages and media are constructed and consumed. And found she could help others understand complex subjects through storytelling and accessible language, and through public service. As Commissioner of Consumer Affairs in New York City, Hoffman found herself never tiring of hearing people's problems and finding solutions. During her run for Lieutenant Governor of New York she describes how she had the opportunity to tour the entire state and listen to her potential constituents and understand the issues impacting them and their communities. Hoffman tell us how she later founded the Presidential Forum on Renewable Energy to help force politicians and their policy makers to talk about the existential threat of climate change in a public forum. And subsequently introduce language around climate change into common discourse. Helping others understand complex subjects such as data, privacy, money, and sustainability through accessible language is a through line in her career path. In this episode of Northwestern Intersections Hoffman joins us for a conversation that highlights her recent book, Your Data, Their Billions: Unraveling and Simplifying Big Tech. Understanding the great benefits and genuine risks of navigating the internet and new technology is essential in our increasingly virtual world. She shares how her book offers an accessible explanation of how big tech collects and trades our data to make profits, and how her policy proposals would protect online users' privacy rights. And how you can take meaningful steps towards safeguarding your privacy while enjoying the positive features the internet has to offer. Northwestern Alumni Association is offering alumni in the United States a chance to win one of 10 signed copies of the book Your Data, Their Billions: Unraveling and Simplifying Big Tech.  To participate, complete the form: alumni.northwestern.edu/IntersectionsGiveaway or request to be entered by emailing intersections@northwestern.edu by 11:59 p.m. CDT on August 18, 2022. No payment or donation is required, nor will it improve one's chances of winning. The giveaway is limited to one book, per household (a $28 retail value) and limited to Northwestern alumni who are United States residents and at least 18 years of age. Shipping and handling of the book will be covered by the Northwestern Alumni Association.  

Every Voice Counts - A Podcast by Senator Mobina
Lex Gill on the Importance of Protecting Individual Privacy Rights

Every Voice Counts - A Podcast by Senator Mobina

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 27:47


Striking a balance between maintaining border security and protecting individual privacy rights - how far is too far? Listen to my conversation with legal expert Lex Gill where we discuss Bill S-7 and the potential consequences of expanding the search of personal digital devices in an effort to increase border security.

Marketplace Tech
Congress could codify privacy rights with a bipartisan bill

Marketplace Tech

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 8:33 Very Popular


It’s crunch time on Capitol Hill. Congress’ August recess starts in just a few weeks, so lawmakers are hoping to finish up some work before they skip town. One item of business with increased urgency for many is codifying privacy rights. Last week, President Biden signed an executive order on the issue, and some lawmakers in Congress hope they can do more to protect privacy in the coming months with the American Data Privacy and Protection Act. Marketplace’s Kimberly Adams speaks with Cristiano Lima, a reporter at The Washington Post.

Marketplace All-in-One
Congress could codify privacy rights with a bipartisan bill

Marketplace All-in-One

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 8:33


It’s crunch time on Capitol Hill. Congress’ August recess starts in just a few weeks, so lawmakers are hoping to finish up some work before they skip town. One item of business with increased urgency for many is codifying privacy rights. Last week, President Biden signed an executive order on the issue, and some lawmakers in Congress hope they can do more to protect privacy in the coming months with the American Data Privacy and Protection Act. Marketplace’s Kimberly Adams speaks with Cristiano Lima, a reporter at The Washington Post.

StridentConservative
New York denies free speech, privacy rights to deny right to own a handgun - 070522

StridentConservative

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 1:59


Following the recent Supreme Court ruling determining New York's handgun laws unconstitutional, Governor Kathy Hochul signed new legislation last week that denies a person's free speech and privacy rights as tools to deny them their right to own a handgun.

Selwyn’s Law Podcast
Happy Birthday America. This July 4th 2022 Brings Us All Guns, but No Butter, No Clean Air, and No Privacy Rights

Selwyn’s Law Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2022 25:46


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PPC Ponderings Podcast
Ep 5 - Privacy, Security, & Digital Ecosystem Confusion

PPC Ponderings Podcast

Play Episode Play 29 sec Highlight Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 32:36 Transcription Available


Let's throw caution to the wind and wade into the giant, legally confusing territory of digital privacy. In this episode, we talk with two privacy experts. While neither is an attorney (they both wanted us to point that out), both have extensive experience pondering the reality of digital privacy, as well as privacy's lesser known but more important sibling, digital security. We talk data rights, privacy definitions, and why the ecosystem that is the internet has to stop being ignored in this debate as zero-data enthusiasts push for increased legislation. How did Apple's iOS14.5 impact businesses and privacy?  We'll hit these questions and more in this important episode. Episode Interviewees:Bethany Singer-Baefsky , Director of Privacy at iRobotSimon Poulton, VP of Digital Intelligence at Wpromote

HOT FLASHES & COOL TOPICS
Women's Health Care and Our Privacy Rights with Attorney Bethany Corbin

HOT FLASHES & COOL TOPICS

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 50:43


Do you know if you health care information is protected on the web?  It is more important than ever to know the answer to that question. We invited FemTech attorney Bethany Corbin this week to answer our privacy questions.  Telehealth and tracking apps have become very popular in the last few years.  Most brands will comply with the HIPPA guidelines provided they are partnered with a Doctor or pharmaceutical company.  The grey area arises in an all pay cash situation and in that case, they may or may not be complying with federal requirements. Wearables and other apps may be subject to FDA guidelines but at a lower Class 1 certification.  This may mean that they are not subject to the same testing and accuracy requirements.  It may also mean that they may be selling your information to data brokers and possibly law enforcement. Know more about your privacy rights in the every changing telehealth and internet world. www.hotflashescooltopics.com Want to Leave a Review for Hot Flashes and Cool Topics? Here's How: For Apple Podcasts on an iPhone or iOS device: Open the Apple Podcast App on your device. Click on the “search” icon Type into the search bar “Hot Flashes and Cool Topics” and click on the show Towards the bottom, look for “Ratings and Reviews” Click on “Write a Review” and leave us your thoughts and comments! For Apple Podcasts on a computer: On the Apple Podcasts website, go to the search bar and type “Hot Flashes and Cool Topics” After clicking on the show, find the “Listen on Apple Podcasts” button and click on it The “Hot Flashes and Cool Topics” podcast should open on the Apple Podcasts application Keep scrolling on the page until you see “Ratings and Reviews” Click on “See All” If you want to give us a five-star rating, hover over the empty stars! If you want to leave your thoughts and comments, click on “Write a Review”!

The BradCast w/ Brad Friedman
'BradCast' 6/24/2022 (Supreme Corruptoin: Radical, activist GOP cancel reproductive freedoms, privacy rights, gun safety)

The BradCast w/ Brad Friedman

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 58:15


Afternoons with Rob Breakenridge
Tough questions for Hockey Canada; FINA's new transgender policy; C-27 & digital privacy rights; Supreme Court's flawed logic in R v. Bissonnette

Afternoons with Rob Breakenridge

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 49:41


Today's guests: Dan Robson, senior enterprise writer- The Athletic Linda Blade, president- Athletics Alberta Kean Birch, associate professor - York University / co-editor - Science as Culture Kerry Sun, New York-based Lawyer See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The BradCast w/ Brad Friedman
'BradCast 6/14/2022 (Guest: Supreme Court expert Mark Joseph Stern)

The BradCast w/ Brad Friedman

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 58:18


Legal AF by MeidasTouch
GOP's Deadly Hypocrisy: Guns are in; Privacy Rights are out

Legal AF by MeidasTouch

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 68:26 Very Popular


The midweek edition of LegalAF x MeidasTouch, the top-rated podcast covering law and politics, is anchored by national trial attorney and strategist, Michael Popok and former prosecutor and leading criminal defense attorney Karen Friedman Agnifilo. On this week's episode, Popok and KFA focus on: 1. The 19 Robb Elementary School children and 2 adults who died in a mass shooting this week, only 6 days after the massacre in Buffalo, and sensible gun control around the 2nd Amendment. 2. A North Dakota, Trump-appointed federal judge stops the Biden Administration from enforcing the non-discrimination provisions of Obama-care if an insurer refuses to pay for gender affirming health care based on the Q-anon lie that “babies are having sex change operations.” 3. The Manhattan DA's office files papers to avoid dismissal of the criminal charges against the Trump Organization and its Chief Financial Officer. 4. New York sues New Jersey in a case to be heard by the United States Supreme Court sitting as a trial court over which state controls one of the world's largest ports and cargo shipping businesses. Remember to subscribe to ALL the Meidas Media Podcasts: MeidasTouch: https://pod.link/1510240831 Legal AF: https://pod.link/1580828595 The PoliticsGirl Podcast: https://pod.link/1595408601 The Influence Continuum: https://pod.link/1603773245 Kremlin File: https://pod.link/1575837599 Mea Culpa with Michael Cohen: https://pod.link/1530639447 Zoomed In: https://pod.link/1580828633 The Weekend Show: https://pod.link/1612691018 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

DonnyFerguson.com
Lawsuit filed to defend Americans' privacy rights against invasive Census surveys and huge fines

DonnyFerguson.com

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 1:30


This episode is also available as a blog post: http://donnyferguson.com/2022/05/24/lawsuit-filed-to-defend-americans-privacy-rights-against-invasive-census-surveys-and-huge-fines/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/donny-ferguson/message

Ogletree Deakins Podcasts
Workplace Strategies Watercooler: Navigating Employee Privacy Rights in California

Ogletree Deakins Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 30:47


In this podcast, recorded live from Workplace Strategies 2022, Ogletree Deakins' national labor and employment law seminar for human resources professionals and in-house counsel, Los Angeles shareholder Betsy Johnson speaks with Hera Arsen, the firm's director of content, about employee privacy rights under California law and the unique compliance challenges employers face as access to employee personal information increases with technological advancements. The speakers explore the tension between employers' rights and obligations to safeguard their workplaces and the various invasion-of-privacy risks inherent in following employees on social media, handling medical records and personnel files, conducting background checks of job applicants, monitoring employee internet usage, and implementing drug-testing procedures. Betsy also discusses compliance steps that employers may want to consider taking to set employee expectations of workplace privacy.

NewMercuryMedia
PNN with Jeanine Molloff & Rick Spisak - ROE decision implications for all of us

NewMercuryMedia

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 95:00


This week on our Sunday broadcast, we have two stories. Our founder, Rick Spisak interviewed longtime human rights activist, Meredith Ockman. Meredith has been a driving force for women's rights, Planned Parenthood, and the LGBTQ community. She is also the Chair of the Palm Beach Human RIghts Council, and an eperienced political campaign operative.  Our second story is also about the pending ROE decision, the GOP stonewalling, and how the very real implications are already being felt by minorities even before the SCOTUS decision has been finally handed down. Privacy rights of all types are being attacked by police. Just recently, a young trans woman in high school was attacked by police, who broke into her house, and handed her over to foster care. Her crime? She wanted to attend school as a trans girl. The school would not allow her to enter the building. She was told to take her classes online, and she refused. The police called her truant and essentially kidnapped her. This happened in Tennessee, and is an example of the vast implications of this decision.  We willl also designate our Jackass of the Week.  Come join us.  Jeanine

The Ben Joravsky Show
"Take A Stand!" & Jim Coogan--Privacy Rights

The Ben Joravsky Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 67:24


Great article in Sun-Times about upcoming teachers union election. Ben riffs. And attorney Jim Coogan returns to talk privacy rights. Or, what's at stake if Supreme Court really does say you have no right to private conversations with your doctor as to what it's in your best health interest. Or no right to do what you want with another consenting adult in your bedroom. Who controls MAGA? It's scary, folks.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

It's a New Day with Rip Daniels
667: It's a New Day: 5-6-22: Privacy Rights

It's a New Day with Rip Daniels

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 138:39


As the potential for overturning Roe v Wade looms, Gov. Tate Reeves pledges to "step up" for mothers and babies. Mississippi's dismal record on child healthcare and mortality rate is highlighted.

Rich Zeoli
Privacy Rights Are Not Under Threat With an Overthrown of Roe v Wade

Rich Zeoli

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 47:09


Zeoli Show Hour 3:  In the third hour of the Zeoli Show, Rich discussed the overreaction Democrats and Progressives are having over the leaked drafted opinion that would overthrow Roe v Wade and send it back to a state's rights issue on abortion. This would not mean the end of gay marriage or even inter-racial marriages and other privacy issues.  8:02-Candidate for Senate Kathy Barnette joined Rich to discuss last night's Newsmax's debate for Pennsylvania Senate and her grassroots effort to get more registered Republicans to vote in this year's primary. She also weighed in on the leaked draft on the overturning of Roe v. Wade by the Supreme Court.  8:22-NEWS 8:35-Privacy rights are not being infringed upon with the leaked drafted opinion Justice Alito on Roe v. Wade 

Rich Zeoli
Privacy Rights Don't End With Roe v. Wade

Rich Zeoli

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 12:29


Rich discussed the absurd notion coming from the left that now Roe v Wade is expected to be overturned by the Supreme Court, all other privacy rights issues are in danger of being overturned, including same-sex and inter-racial marriages which is a complete lie. 

Rich Zeoli
The Supreme Court Is Not Going After Our Privacy Rights (Full Zeoli Show 05-04-22)

Rich Zeoli

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 186:31


6:04-NEWS 6:10-All eyes on Pennsylvania Senator Bob Casey Jr. now amid the Supreme Court leak  6:25-Biden administration looking to Vice President Kamala Harris to fight for Democrats' role in the leaked Supreme Court opinion on Roe v. Wade 6:35-Philadelphia' property values are jumping after a 3-year delay on property assessments 6:41-Don't expect inflation to slow down any time soon   6:52- Trump-backed candidates win their primaries  7:02-News 7:07-The bear is DelCo has been caught  with jelly donuts  7:09-Chief Justice John Roberts is ordering an investigation into the leak  7:24-We're not going to hear "pregnant-person" for a long time  7:32-Sony studios tells China no to removing the Statue of Liberty in the movie "Spider-Man: No Way Home"   7:45-CUT SHEET | Dave Chappelle attacked while performing in Los Angeles | George Carlin documentary coming to HBO Max |  8:04- Former Attorney and U.S. District Judge John Gleeson joined Rich to discuss his new book 'The Gotti Wars." A look into how Gleeson took down one of the most famous mob bosses in American history.  8:20-NEWS 8:35-Candidate for Senate Dr. Oz joined Rich discussing the early success Trump endorsed candidates, like Oz, had in the first primaries in Ohio and Indiana and how it could spell success for him in Pennsylvania. He also addressed the viral video going around on Twitter on his views of the Alabama abortion bill.  9:03-NEWS 9:07-Hillary Clinton's ton-deaf appearance at the Met Gala  9:11-NBA sees boost in ratings leaving behind the woke ideology  9:15-Americans are working in the office again but dressing down still  9:35-Law clerks are never politically active until now 9:40-CUT SHEET | The State Department releases a video promoting World Press Freedom Day | Nina Jankowicz wants to bring back the fairness doctrine | Biden confuses Hungarians have entered the war in Ukraine | Senator Durbin says this midterm election will be a referendum on privacy not inflation | Senator Elizabeth Warren was not happy at all with the leak | Yankees announcer completely botches a home run call | 9:55-Final Thoughts Photo: Getty Images

Blood Origins
Episode 208 - Roundup 54 || Blood Origins In The Center Of Controversy, Tajikistan Markhor, and Privacy Rights For Hunters

Blood Origins

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 78:16


Veterinarian and Non-Hunter Dr. Jen Chatfield joins the Blood Origins Roundup. Together, we discuss Blood Origins getting highlighted in an Elephant hunting controversy out of Botswana, Tajikistan Markhor and snow leopards, and a recent court ruling on the powers of game wardens. Read The Articles: https://www.theguardian.com/world/2022/apr/19/trophy-hunters-tajikistan-unlikely-saviours-snow-leopard-conservation-aoe https://www.themeateater.com/conservation/wildlife-management/tennessee-court-ruling-reduces-game-warden-powers  See more from Blood Origins: https://bit.ly/BloodOrigins_Subscribe Music: Migration by Ian Post (Winter Solstice), licensed through artlist.io Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Security Explained
Privacy Rights and Legislation (CCPA & GDPR)

Security Explained

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2022 52:38


How inclined are you to use tobacco? What were your salaries at your previous jobs? Your family and friends may not know, but data brokers sure do!Join us as we discuss CCPA and GDPR, two foundational privacy laws which lay the groundwork for taking back our privacy. We discuss actions citizens of California and EU can take to exercise the rights afforded to them under their respective laws.Later in the conversation we discuss privacy as a human right, the impact of surveillance capitalism on our everyday actions, and possible ways of unwinding the assimilation of your private data into large machine learning models.Links from the show:https://www.wired.com/story/verizon-user-privacy-settings/https://www.oag.ca.gov/privacy/ccpahttps://gdpr.eu/

The Dana & Parks Podcast
D&P Highlight: If the photo is your screen saver, do your privacy rights apply?

The Dana & Parks Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 24, 2022 6:24


Talk Miami Talk Show
Episode 37: Friends with Benefits & Privacy Rights

Talk Miami Talk Show

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 9, 2022 77:27


Diva B serves as your host and he wants to talk about, Friends with benefits: Do you think it's a good idea and why? Do you have a special friend that you go to dinner, movies & concerts with but once you get home the fun really begins or is a friend just that, a friend? And, on another topic, should the government be able to monitor you in the name of National Security? Do they have the right to have access to your private information? Is this an invasion of privacy? Let's talk about it!Let's listen to Dr. Shanda's Community Corner, while Dr. Venus also joins us for her intake on the matter. Syndee surprises us with a pop-in visit, while TK takes us home with her Motivational Moment and tribute to Black History Month. Come in, Come in....It's Time To Talk Miami! 

Tcast
Fac(ad)ebook: How to Have Your Data and Privacy Rights Respected on the Internet

Tcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 10:22


How much do you know about Facebook?   Throughout the years, we've heard plenty. The platform has inspired, surprised, and betrayed us. A lot of us seem to have a love-hate relationship with Facebook, because while we recognize and resent their control over our personal information, we continue to condone their actions by being present on the site.   In this episode, Alexander McCaig and Jason Rigby analyze the true intentions of Facebook after reading an article on how researchers lost access to their accounts after digging up data against the platform.   A Laundry List of Controversies   Since its creation, the platform has had its fair share of ups and downs. While it remains one of the biggest social media sites in the world and its presence has helped people connect with their loved ones it's also been the subject of controversy.    In 2014, Facebook was criticized for running psychological tests on 70,000 unconsenting participants in 2012. This test involved removing a certain list of words from their news feeds to see how it affected their reactions to posts.    Later, in 2018, the Cambridge Analytica scandal showed everyone just how compromised their Facebook accounts were. The data analytics firm improperly harvested data from millions of users for ad targeting during the 2016 election.   And in 2019, the FTC fined Facebook $5 billion over violations of user privacy.   There are plenty more scandals in the past decade to illustrate how the platform has consistently pushed the boundaries of user privacy and personal rights. And yet, people continue to use the platform—effectively giving Facebook the power to also continue commercializing their personal data.   How Can We Change Facebook?   Alexander McCaig clarifies that he doesn't care about the platform. He explains that this is because Facebook is a commercialization engine, and has been clear about their intentions for their users.   It's difficult to expect change from a super tech company that is set on its ambition to continue profiting from its users. A more realistic goal to work on would be to take away its biggest source of income, which is its massive user base.   Jason pointed out that if a huge momentum against Facebook occurred and a billion users collectively decided to just stop using the platform, it would have a tangible and more concrete impact on their actions. In contrast, writing articles would not be as effective.   Closing Thoughts: Starting the Shift Away from  Facebook   The anger towards big tech corporations like Facebook is misplaced. With all the awareness around what it's capable of doing and what it has already chosen to do before, people don't need more content on how they're being used as cash cows. They need a way to mobilize against the platform;  an incentive to move away from using Facebook as their primary source of connection and entertainment.   The TARTLE platform is capable of giving people this renewed purpose on the internet. The marketplace is designed to fully respect the autonomy and privacy of each individual. Users are free to fill out all the data packets they want and earn from their hard work. Everybody who is on the TARTLE platform has the opportunity to become a data champion.   If you have the strong desire to stop an enormous commercialization system like Facebook from using people as cash cows, the first step towards achieving your goal is to find out what you have control over—yourself, and your participation in that very system.   Cutting off their access to your data may seem insignificant when you are just one person out of a billion users on the platform. However, change is never about one big miraculous step that suddenly and neatly solves all the problems. It's a series of small steps that amount to a big change over time.   You could be the first step of the movement that takes down Facebook's monopoly over other people's data. All you need to do is stop using it—and if you want a renewed perspective on your power as an individual, make the switch to the TARTLE marketplace.   It's time to find out: what's your data worth? www.tartle.co   TCAST is brought to you by TARTLE. A global personal data marketplace that allows users to sell their personal information anonymously when they want to, while allowing buyers to access clean ready to analyze data sets on digital identities from all across the globe.   The show is hosted by Co-Founder and Source Data Pioneer Alexander McCaig and Head of Conscious Marketing Jason Rigby.   What's your data worth?   Find out at: https://tartle.co/   YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TARTLE   Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TARTLEofficial/   Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tartle_official/   Twitter: https://twitter.com/TARTLEofficial   Spread the word!

FuckinSick Podcast
Sovereign Bodies and Abortion Rights (Ft Torey Dolan)

FuckinSick Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 64:55


In this episode we talk to Torey Dolan about the Texas SB 8, Planned Parenthood v. Casey(1992), Roe v. Wade(1973), and Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization to highlight to importance of abortion rights and healthcare. Thanks to Torey for talking to us. Opening/Closing Song: @PurpleCatsInSlacks (1:05)- Stickball Introduction (5:50)- Torey introduction (7:20)- Abortion Rights, Privacy Rights, and its consequences (9:20)- Texas SB 8 (11:20)- Torey talks about Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization (14:05)- The importance to the legal concept of 'burdensome' especially with abortion bans. (16:50)- How states make it difficult to get an abortion and the labor to get an abortion (19:55)- Understanding the Conservative Judges' Rationale to overrule Roe v. Wade (23:45)- Originalist Interpretations of the Constitution (25:52)- Are Courts Neutral? No they are not. (28:40)- Some outcomes of an Abortion Ban in Native nations. (33:50)- The Abortion Debate Internally for Native nations (35:55)- Understanding the Liberal Pro-Abortion Judges Rationale(Stare Decisis) (41:30)- Historically, overrules increase civil rights (44:30)- How to talk to your Anti-Abortion Uncle this holiday (49:30)-The connection between Anti-Abortion and Anti-Indian Child Welfare Act Lobby(a look at religion role) (54:35)- Returning to that Anti-Abortion Uncle...with a sad Navajo adoption example

Freedom Under Fire | The Rutherford Institute
The War Over Life, Liberty and Privacy Rights

Freedom Under Fire | The Rutherford Institute

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 8:47


How do present-day legal debates over bodily autonomy, privacy, vaccine mandates, the death penalty and abortion play into future discussions about singularity, artificial intelligence, cloning, and the privacy rights of the individual in the face of increasingly invasive, intrusive and unavoidable government technologies? Caught up in the heated debate over the legality of abortion, we've failed to think about what's coming next.

That's All I Have To Say About That
SCOTUS Past and Precedent: Griswold v. Connecticut and Privacy Rights in America

That's All I Have To Say About That

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 11:34


Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thatsall In 1965, the Supreme Court had to face a contraception ban in Connecticut. The question was, does banning contraception violate people's right to privacy and, more importantly, do people have a right to privacy. Here's how that debate went.

Truth Serum by Scheer Law Group, LLP
Ep 10: A-I The Next Step in Liberating or Dominating us All? Interview with Futurist Thomas Frey - Part 3 of Our Series On: The Beginning of the End of Your Privacy Rights, and The Future of Money

Truth Serum by Scheer Law Group, LLP

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 30:45


Previously, in this series we have examined how “Big Tech”, in allegiance with governments all over the world are using A-I algorithms to mine your personal data and create your “digital twin.” They use your data to predict your buying habits and to rate your political and social interests and behavior, and in some instances to reward, punish or censor you as a result.  The emergent use of digital currency will enable Big Tech and governments a transformative surveillance mechanism that if left unchecked will rob us all of any rights to privacy. China has already started this process and Western nations are not far behind. In this conclusion to our series, we will examine the role increasing role that A-I will take in our future at work, home and in society.  We will examine whether it will liberate or dominate us, and look at some upcoming uses of A-I that are on the horizon. They present both exciting opportunities and serious ethical challenges that must be considered and resolved.  Join Spencer as he interviews futurist Thomas Frey to discuss: Will AI ever develop the tools to operate independently of humans? Will trips to the geneticist be part of the birthing process? Will developing “super babies” and super humans” become the norm?Is this just another ‘back door” entry for the eugenics movement?  Do we have the ethics and maturity necessary to genetically engineer our future? The value of a human being:  It was  $200K. In the future it may be as much as Two Billion Dollars.  What skills will you need? The workplace in the future: Collaborative work and freelancers. Forget the apple, bring your computer to school:  A-1 Teachers for your kids. Disclaimer: None of the legal, or financial opinions or information expressed in this podcast may be relied on as legal, or investment advice by Scheer Law Group, LLP. Laws and economic issues  affecting the subjects of this podcast change daily. This mandates specific review of legal or economic issues of interest or concern to you with legal counsel or financial advisors who are experienced in the areas of law or finance discussed in this podcast.   For more on Scheer Law Group, LLP, go to www.scheerlawgroup.com

Steve Forbes: What's Ahead
Spotlight: The IRS Wants To Monitor Your Bank Account: Watch Out!

Steve Forbes: What's Ahead

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 3:22


The White House and congressional Democratic leaders are pushing a chilling proposal that would destroy all vestiges of your financial privacy. Watch out! Steve Forbes on the IRS' plans to monitor and track every bank account and on why, if this assault is not stopped immediately, everyone will be a target.Steve Forbes shares his What's Ahead Spotlights each Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.

Follow the White Rabbit
Constitutional Privacy Rights and the Third Party Doctrine with Amie Stepanovich

Follow the White Rabbit

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 47:44


Host Derek E. Silva joins cybersecurity expert Amie Stepanovich, Executive Director at Silicon Flatirons, a research law center at UC Boulder. They take a deep dive into constitutional privacy, the third-party doctrine, and the changing dynamics of data collection.

Truth Serum by Scheer Law Group, LLP
Ep 9: Big Tech is Lying to All of Us: Interview with Dr Philippa Malmgren - Part 2 of Our Series On: The Beginning of the End of Your Privacy Rights, and The Future of Money

Truth Serum by Scheer Law Group, LLP

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 48:28


New Laws and Regulations resulting from the use of Digital Currency and AI technologies will transform our lives in ways we never considered.  In this 3 part series we take a look at the social, economic and legal repercussions of these transformative technologies on your right to privacy and way of life. In Part 2 Spencer interviews Pippa Malmgren (noted economist, author and Presidential advisor), to get an inside look at the issues we will face next few  months and years, and how they will impact, lenders, investors and most everyone on the planet. One of the best interviews on this subject you will hear all year!  Consider the following: * Using Buckminster Fuller's Knowledge Doubling Curve:  Human knowledge now doubles every 12 hours! * Digital Currency will likely replace paper money in the next 1-3 years. There will be increased efficiency, but the price to be paid will likely be many of your rights to privacy. * Bitcoin is likely not the answer. * AI now allows predictive analysis of what you will do by government and big tech. Your cell phone and keyboard are “Trojan horses” to create your “digital twin.” * The law may or may not protect you from surveillance and loss of privacy. New laws coming into effect in China in 11.21, set the stage for what is coming. * Big Brother or Star Trek?  The choice is not binary. It could be both.  Please join SLG in supporting Food for the Poor, helping victims of disaster  all over the world and most recently, those impacted by  the earthquake  in Haiti. www.foodforthepoor.org/helphaitinow   Disclaimer: None of the legal, or financial opinions or information expressed in this podcast may be relied on as legal, or investment advice by Scheer Law Group, LLP. Laws and economic issues  affecting the subjects of this podcast change daily. This mandates specific review of legal or economic issues of interest or concern to you with legal counsel or financial advisors who are experienced in the areas of law or finance discussed in this podcast.   For more on Scheer Law Group, LLP, go to www.scheerlawgroup.com

Truth Serum by Scheer Law Group, LLP
Ep 8 - Part 1 of Our Series On: The Beginning of the End of Your Privacy Rights, and The Future of Money (Digital Currency, AI, and Your Rights to Privacy)

Truth Serum by Scheer Law Group, LLP

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 35:07


New Laws and Regulations resulting from the use of Digital Currency and AI technologies  will transform our lives in ways we never considered.  In this 3 part series we take a look at the social, economic and legal repercussions of these transformative technologies. We interview Pippa Malmgren (noted economist, author and Presidential advisor),  and Thomas Frey, engineer, entrepreneur and futurist, to get an inside look at the issues we will face  next few  months and years, and how they will impact, lenders, investors and most everyone on the planet.   Consider the following: * Human knowledge now doubles every 12 hours! * Digital Currency will likely replace paper money in the next 1-3 years. There will be increased efficiency, but the price to be paid will likely be many of your rights to privacy. * Bitcoin is likely not the answer. * AI now allows predictive analysis of what you will do by government and big tech. Your cell phone and keyboard are “Trojan horses” to create your “digital twin.” * The law may or may not protect you from surveillance and loss of privacy. New laws coming into effect in China in 11.21, set the stage for what is coming. * Big Brother or Star Trek?  The choice is not binary. It could be both.   Don't Miss our Where is the Love segment, as we get out on the streets to find out if those in   California would support paying a monthly fee (like your cell phone bill), if it would stop “big tech” and Google in particular from using and misusing your personal information.   Then join me for an excerpt of a fascinating  interview with Philippa  Malmgren. The full interview will be released next week, but I could not help but giving a sneak peek.  It is that good. I can promise, whether you  agree with Pippa or not, you will be challenged to consider what she is saying and  to prepare now.     Then tune in to our Legal Segment as we bring you up to speed on the latest news affecting Lenders, Landlords and Investors, with a special review of new laws and regulations impacting privacy rights.   Please join SLG in supporting Food for the Poor, helping victims of disaster  all over the world and most recently, those impacted by  the earthquake  in Haiti. www.foodforthepoor.org/helphaitinow   Disclaimer:  None of the legal, or financial opinions or information  expressed in this podcast may be relied on as legal, or investment advice by Scheer Law Group, LLP.  Laws and economic issues  affecting the subjects of this podcast change daily. This mandates  specific review of legal or economic issues of interest or concern to you with legal counsel or financial advisors who are experienced in the areas of law or finance discussed in this podcast.   For more on Scheer Law Group, LLP, go to www.scheerlawgroup.com

ITSPmagazine | Technology. Cybersecurity. Society
Privacy Rights And The Right-To-Life Laws Passed In Texas | The Compromise With Alyssa Miller And Keenan Skelly | Episode One

ITSPmagazine | Technology. Cybersecurity. Society

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 39:17


Privacy Rights And The Right-To-Life Laws Passed In Texas | The Compromise With Alyssa Miller And Keenan Skelly ______________________________Public versus private sector, enterprise versus SMB organizations, entrepreneurial versus corporate viewpoints.Where do these worlds collide and where can we find common ground?One thing is for certain, the resulting discussions are never boring and we can always learn from the other's perspectives._____________________________Join us Every Tuesday at 12:00 pm PST / 3:00 pm EST for our live recording on the following social feeds:Twitter

The Think Inc. Podcast
Metzl invites Rudd to speak + cya online privacy

The Think Inc. Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2021 5:03


Samples from Mars, the future of wind energy, Australia's crumbling online privacy, Metzl and Rudd together at last, and more!Read the blog → thinkinc.org.au/think-inc-thursdays-025/Watch the full ep → instagram.com/thinkinc/channel/Sign up to our newsletter → bit.ly/think-sign-up

Hack24 - The Podcast - Hacking and Hacked Content
Best twitter space ever on laws, "justice," cybercrime, control, governments, privacy, rights, truth. The incompetence of Law Enforcemente.

Hack24 - The Podcast - Hacking and Hacked Content

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2021 132:33


Best space ever on laws, "justice," cybercrime, control, governments, privacy, rights, truth. The incompetence of the police when investigating computer-related crimes. Listen to the story of @amybarnes_usa Amy Barnes. Also @kwabenaboitey11 @SymbioticAsymme and Alberto Daniel Hill. The reality in the USA, COLOMBIA, URUGUAY, INDIA, AND GHANA. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/darkwebtoday/message

20twenty
On Privacy Rights - Bill Muehlenberg (Culture Watch) - 13 Aug 2021

20twenty

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2021 13:44


On our Culture Watch Segment we are talking to Bill Muehlenberg about Privacy Rights. Help Vision to keep 'Connecting Faith to Life': https://vision.org.au/donate See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Ya'Herrd!? Radio Podcast
Vacs or Nah, Issa Bandemic Ya'Herrd!? Szn 4 EP.47

Ya'Herrd!? Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2021 56:59


Special Guest: IG: @TheVeganDominicano Host: IG: @SoonPlus Intro: Cypher - Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah Data / Search History : (2:40) https://oag.ca.gov/privacy/ccpa US Privacy Act of 1974 Resource Links: Vaccine Adverse effects reporting agency https://vaers.hhs.gov/ US Privacy Act of 1974 (Know your Privacy Rights in the US). California Consumer Privacy/Protection Act (Your privacy rights in California. https://oag.ca.gov/privacy/ccpa Cybersecurity Issues and Covid-19 Passport/Tracker https://www.politico.com/news/2020/07/06/coronavirus-tracking-app-hacking-348601 Vaccine General Worries (5:00) Invasion of privacy Will I turn into a mutant Take me off the list (8:00) Text STOP Take me off the no call list Yaherrd!? Create the Problem & the Antidote (20:00) - Bandemic Vibes Profit is Scary Can we trust profit Growth Joel's Journey to Cyber (30:00) Cyber is now Life is online Take a risk (if you're reading this) Bill Gates Divorce Business (38:50) None of my business lowkey Online Hate is opposite love Cyber protect yourself Local 2 Global: (45:30) ToyLoco Tacos / IG: @Toylocotacos (2615 E 7th St, Austin , Texas) Artist/ Actor - IG:@Korporate00 (Youtube: #BlackChicagoBeLike Series) Depop of the Week: (49:39) Depop: @RecycledLaundry / IG: @Recycled_Laundry Depop: @LetDatBoyLive Outro: Pesadillas - Issa Gold

The LEO Sideshow
Knowledge is Power... 7 Things Cops Know That Would Scare Most Civilians

The LEO Sideshow

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2020 47:39


Cops know a lot more than we let on in order to preserve the sanity of society. We analyze and discuss an article from Police1 and the secrets contained within, whether they're wrong, right or even believable. Police 1 Article Case of the Week Supreme Court and Victim's Privacy Rights

The Inside Out Life
My Privacy Rights

The Inside Out Life

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2020 20:07


God didn't make us for privacy, He made us for transparency

The Liam McCollum Show
Ep. 10 Daniel Zolnikov on the Coronavirus, Privacy Rights and the Public Service Commission

The Liam McCollum Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 2, 2020 27:15


Ep. 10 Daniel Zolnikov on the Coronavirus, Privacy Rights and the Public Service Commission by Michael Liam McCollum

The Legislative Gazette
#2011: Governor Cuomo & The Coronavirus; Vermonters Privacy Rights | The Legislative Gazette

The Legislative Gazette

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 16, 2020


The Legislative Gazette is a weekly program about New York State Government and politics. On this week's Gazette: the new Coronavirus continues to spread in New York, our political observer Alan Chartock shares his thoughts on the Governor's expanded pow

The Legislative Gazette
#2011: Governor Cuomo & The Coronavirus; Vermonters Privacy Rights | The Legislative Gazette

The Legislative Gazette

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 15, 2020


The Legislative Gazette is a weekly program about New York State Government and politics. On this week's Gazette: the new Coronavirus continues to spread in New York, our political observer Alan Chartock shares his thoughts on the Governor's expanded powers in light of the potential pandemic, and  VT's attorney general is suing a NY based data collection […]

The Redox Podcast
#8 Healthcare Data Privacy Rights with Attorney Matthew Fisher

The Redox Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 11, 2020 56:25


With HIMSS 2020 coming up soon, Niko Skievaski spent some time chatting with Attorney Matthew Fisher, a partner at the law firm of Mirick O'Connell in Westborough, Massachusetts. Matt is the chair of the firm's Health Law Group and one of the HIMSS top 10 Digital Influencers. Additionally, Matt is the host of the well-known Healthcare de Jure podcast. Niko and Matt covered a lot of ground in this conversation focused on data privacy rights. Here are some of the leading topics. 02:37 – Today's biggest regulatory and compliance challenges 13:18 – Data blocking and a patient's right to access 22:28 – Epic's concerns about the new ONC rules 32:25 – Data sharing with business “associates” 41:55 – De-identifying data – can it ever be done 100% 50:38 – Building a culture of compliance in the decade ahead Our thanks to Attorney Matthew Fisher for sharing his insights and expertise on healthcare data privacy rights.

The Badlands Politics & Philosophy Podcast
47-What Is The Right To Privacy?

The Badlands Politics & Philosophy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2020 81:34


In this episode, we delve further into the philosophy of privacy, and try to pin down just what the right to privacy is, how much it covers, and what theories of privacy can tell us about online data collection.Toby Napoletano, Michael Hughes, Hanna Gunn

ON Point with Alex Pierson
Google Being Challenged To Take Personal Info Off Its Search Engine Involving A Case Of Privacy Rights

ON Point with Alex Pierson

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2018 8:36


Alex Pierson is joined by Adam Oldfield, co-host of TechTalk on AM 900 CHML, to look at the federal court case between an individual and Google concerning the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA). Do individuals have a right to request that search engines de-index results generated by searches of a person's name?

The Jabot
Poverty Privacy Rights with Khiara Bridges - Episode 7

The Jabot

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2018 35:22


Khiara Bridges, author and law professor at Boston University School of Law talks with Kathryn Rubino about the social justices often overlooked by the majority. They go in-depth about the privacy rights of the poor and minorities.   Episode Resources https://www.bu.edu/law/profile/khiara-m-bridges https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Khiara_Bridges https://www.amazon.com/Poverty-Privacy-Rights-Khiara-Bridges/dp/1503602265   Episode Highlights Her discoveries of unequal care and privacy rights for poor women. Understanding the pockets of individuals without rights. How people are stripped of their privacy rights. The ways our society reacts to the vulnerabilities of people's welfare. Different types of privacy and how it affects families. How we can provide support to families so children aren't neglected.   Subscribe, Share and Review To get the next episode subscribe with your favorite podcast player. Subscribe with Apple Podcasts Follow on Spotify Leave a review on Apple Podcasts