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The Lawfare Podcast: Brad Moss on Presidential Power and Security Clearances

The President of the United States this week stripped the former CIA Director John Brennan of his security clearance in a dramatic White House statement by Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders. The White House is threatening more adverse security clearance … Continue reading

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Podcast Episode 7 – Tom O’Connor Wonders What’s Going on at ILTA

On this episode of The Geek In Review, Tom O’Connor, Independent Litigation Technology Consultant, talks to us about his recent blog post, What in the Wide World of Sports is Going on at ILTA? In addition to ILTA’s woes, Tom … Continue reading

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My Podcast on John Bingham (with Kurt Lash and Jeff Rosen)

Here is the link from the National Constitution Center. I have some other Bingham related media appearances coming up soon. Read more detail on Recent Technology posts –

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The Lawfare Podcast: Special Edition: Buzzfeed Follows Peter Smith’s Money

There’s a new twist in one of the stranger subplots of L’Affaire Russe: Buzzfeed News reports that Peter Smith, a Republican operative who reportedly sought to obtain missing Hillary Clinton emails during the 2016 presidential campaign, made several suspicious withdrawals from bank accounts … Continue reading

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The Lawfare Podcast: The Challenges of Digital Evidence

Encryption usually takes center stage in debates over digital evidence, and the sensitivities around the issue often halt discussions before reaching practical solutions. But on July 25, the Center for Strategic and International Studies unveiled a new report detailing solutions … Continue reading

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