Big Data/Privacy Podcast Archives

Sean Perryman: How to Promote Diversity & Inclusion in Tech (Ep. 157)

Sean Perryman: How to Improve Diversity & Inclusion in Tech (Ep. 157)

Sean Perryman (https://www.linkedin.com/in/seanperryman/) is the Director of Diversity and Inclusion Policy and Counsel at the Internet Association. He is responsible for leading IA’s advocacy efforts around diversity, inclusion, and workforce-related policies at the local, state, and federal level.

K.J. Bagchi: The Obstacle is the Myth (Ep. 149)

K.J. Bagchi: The Obstacle is the Myth (Ep. 149)

K.J. Bagchi (@kjbagchi) is the Senior Staff Attorney for Telecommunications, Technology, and Media at Asian Americans Advancing Justice | AAJC. K.J. has broad experience providing counsel and policy advice for elected members at the local, state and federal levels. He worked as Legislative Counsel at the D.C. City Council and for former Congressman Mike Honda. He has drafted legislation in a variety of areas including juvenile justice, immigration, and consumer protection. Through various roles, K.J. has developed programs, trainings, and conversations to embolden and empower the AAPI community in civic participation.

Jennifer Becker: Confronting Tech-Enabled Domestic Violence, Part II (Ep. 148)

Jennifer Becker: Confronting Tech-Enabled Domestic Violence (Part 2)(Ep. 148)

Jennifer Becker is Deputy Legal Director and National Judicial Education Program (NJEP) Senior Attorney. At Legal Momentum, Jennifer is engaged in a range of litigation, education, and policy on issues of gender-based discrimination and violence, including efforts to strengthen state gender-based violence statutes and reauthorization of the federal Violence Against Women Act.

Katie Ray-Jones: Confronting Tech-Enabled Domestic Violence (Ep. 147)

Confronting Tech-Enabled Domestic Violence

Katie Ray-Jones (@KtRayJones) is President of the National Domestic Violence Hotline and National Dating Abuse Hotline.

George Joseph: Palantir and the Police (Ep. 145)

George Joseph: Palantir and the Police (Ep. 145)

George Joseph (@GeorgeJoseph94) is criminal justice reporgter at The Appeal. Formerly, he was a reporting fellow at Demos focusing on surveillance, immigration, law enforcement, and the entry of big data in criminal justice systems. His work has appeared in outlets such as The Guardian, NPR, The Atlantic, The Nation, The Verge, Slate, and CityLab.

Lydia Parnes: Privacy Law After LabMD (Ep. 144)

Lydia Parnes: Privacy Law After LabMD (Ep. 144)

Lydia Parnes is a partner in the Washington, D.C. office of Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, where she is chair of the firm’s privacy and cybersecurity practice.

Kadija Ferryman: Achieving Fairness in Precision Medicine (Ep. 135)

Kadija Ferryman: Achieving Fairness in Precision Medicine (Ep. 135)

Dr. Kadija Ferryman (@KadijaFerryman) is a Postdoctoral Scholar at the Data and Society Research Institute in New York. Dr. Ferryman is a cultural anthropologist whose research examines how cultural and moral values are embedded in digital health information, social and biological influences on health, and the ethics of translational and digital health research. She earned a BA in Anthropology from Yale University and a PhD in Anthropology from The New School for Social Research. Before completing her PhD, she was a policy researcher at the Urban Institute where she studied how housing and neighborhoods impact well-being, specifically the effects of public housing redevelopment on children, families, and older adults. She has published research in journals such as Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved, European Journal of Human Genetics, and Genetics in Medicine.

Carson Martinez: Health Data Privacy 101 (Ep. 134)

Carson Martinez: Health Data Privacy 101 (Ep. 134)

Carson Martinez (@CarsonMart) is the Future of Privacy Forum’s Health Policy Fellow. Carson works on issues surrounding health data, particularly where it is not covered by the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). These non-HIPAA health data issues include consumer-facing genetics companies, wearables, medical “big data”, and medical device surveillance. Carson also assists with the operation of the Genetics Working Group. Carson was previously an Intern at Intel with the Government and Policy Group, working on health, technology, and policy. Before joining Intel, she was an intern for the International Neuroethics Society, and a Research Assistant for both the Data-Pop Alliance and New York University.

Riana Pfefferkorn: The Emerging Trend of ‘Side-Channel Cryptanalysis’ (Ep. 133)

Riana Pfefferkorn: The Emerging Trend of ‘Side-Channel Cryptanalysis’ (Ep. 133)

Riana Pfefferkorn (@Riana_Crypto) is the Cryptography Fellow at the Stanford Center for Internet and Society. Her work, made possible through funding from the Stanford Cyber Initiative, focuses on investigating and analyzing the U.S. government’s policy and practices for forcing decryption and/or influencing crypto-related design of online platforms and services, devices, and products, both via technical means and through the courts and legislatures. Riana also researches the benefits and detriments of strong encryption on free expression, political engagement, economic development, and other public interests.

Joe Jerome: An overview of GDPR requirements (Ep. 130)

Joe Jerome: An overview of GDPR requirements (Ep. 130)

Joseph Jerome (@joejerome) is a Policy Counsel on CDT’s Privacy & Data Project. His work focuses on the legal and ethical questions posed by smart technologies and big data, and he is interested in developing transparency and accountability mechanisms and procedures around novel uses of data.