We'll Do It LIVE!
About This Episode
We talk about the war between ad networks, data brokers, publishers, and consumers in front of a live studio audience. At the invitation of Paul Arne and the Tech Law section of the Georgia State Bar, we recorded this episode at the annual Tech Law Institute. But, of course, Big Data didn’t need this description to know that.
This show’s links:
- The Thrill of Victory and the Agony of Defeat
- The Bush-Kerry (not Bush-Gore as Christian had remembered) debate moment that seemed similar to Joe’s “Want some ranch?” utterance
- The Technology Law Section of the State Bar of Georgia
- We’ll do it live! (video, nsfw on account of language, anger, and Bill O’Reilly)
- The Oyez podcast feed for 2015 Supreme Court oral argument and the collection of Oyez feeds in iTunes
- The Narrowest Grounds blog, Why it Doesn't Matter if the Court's Opinions Are Originalist - A Comment on Baude on Originalism
- An interview with Justice Breyer in French
- Katie Benner and Sydney Ember, Enabling of Ad Blocking in Apple’s iOS 9 Prompts Backlash
- Some now older pieces by Alexis Madrigal still hold up: Reading the Privacy Policies You Encounter in a Year Would Take 76 Work Days and I'm Being Followed: How Google—and 104 Other Companies—Are Tracking Me on the Web
- FTC, Protecting Consumer Privacy in an Era of Rapid Change: Recommendations For Businesses and Policymakers
- Douglas MacMilland and Elizabeth Dworkin, Drawbridge Hires Apple Ad Executive to Track Users Across Devices
- Matthew Panzarino, Apple’s Tim Cook Delivers Blistering Speech On Encryption, Privacy
- Ben Thompson, Why Web Pages Suck
- Ben Thompson, Popping the Publishing Bubble
- Marco Arment: Introducing Peace, My Privacy-Focused iOS 9 Ad Blocker, Why Peace 1.0 Blocks The Deck Ads, Just Doesn’t Feel Good, Apple Refunding All Purchases of Peace
- Jack Balkin, Information Fiduciaries in the Digital Age (blog post) and Information Fiduciaries and the First Amendment (article)
- The proposed and not passed Do-Not-Track Online Act of 2013
- Sorrell v. IMS Health Inc.
- Christan Turner, The Failures of Freedom and The Information Law Crisis
- Jane Bambauer, Is Data Speech?
- Woodrow Hartzog, Website Design as Contract