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.

Hank Greely: Genetic Testing for Cancer (Ep. 131)

Hank Greely: Genetic Testing for Cancer (Ep. 131)

Henry T. Greely (@HankGreelyLSJU) is the Director of the Center for Law and the Biosciences; and Professor (by courtesy) of Genetics at the Stanford School of Medicine. He is also the Chair of Stanford’s Steering Committee of the Center for Biomedical Ethics and the Director of Stanford’s Program in Neuroscience and Society.

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.

Sally Culley: How are gig workers classified under the law? (Ep. 129)

Sally Culley: How are gig workers classified under the law? (Ep. 129)

Rumberger, Kirk & Caldwell Partner Sally Culley joined Joe Miller to explain the state of employment law regarding the classification of gig workers.

Desmond Patton: Understanding Social Media and Gang Violence (Ep. 127)

Desmond Patton: Understanding Social Media and Gang Violence (Ep. 127)

Dr. Desmond Upton Patton (@SAFELab) is an assistant professor at the Columbia School of Social Work and a Faculty Affiliate of the Social Intervention Group (SIG) and the Data Science Institute. His research utilizes qualitative and computational data collection methods to examine how and why youth and gang violence, trauma, grief and identity are expressed on social media and the real world impact they have on well-being for low-income youth of color.

Brian Howard: American Indians and the digital divide (Ep. 126)

Brian Howard: American Indians and the Digital Divide (Ep. 126)

Brian Howard is a Research and Policy Analyst with the American Indian Policy Institute (AIPI) at ASU.

Simone Browne: Surveillance in Color (Ep. 125)

Simone Browne: Surveillance in Color (Ep. 125)

Dr. Simone Browne (@wewatchwatchers) is Associate Professor in the Department of African and African Diaspora Studies at the University of Texas, Austin. She teaches and researches surveillance studies and black diaspora studies.