CLBR #79 – NAAG and Privacy and Cyber Thanksgiving

Segment 1:  Douglas Gansler, Maryland Attorney General and President of National Association of Attorney Generals Background Link Segment 2: Cyber Thanksgiving with Peter Kronowitt from Intel and Marc Danziger from Charmed Particles Background Link Misc: Thanksgiving Day in New England marks the 84th matchup between my high school LaSalle Academy against East Providence High that dates…

CLBR Segment 1: Maryland Attorney General Doug Gansler

Segment 1: Douglas Gansler Maryland Attorney General President of the National Association of Attorney Generals  (NAAG) Five Key Facts: (1) Gansler is President of NAAG and has stated his intention to make online privacy his principal project during his tenure. (2) As AG, Gansler established a statewide internet safety initiative focused on school-aged children, and…

Special Post Election CLBR

Who Won and Why With Pollster Michael O’Neil Michael J. O’Neil is President of O’Neil Associates, a national public opinion research firm based in Tempe, Arizona. O’Neil Associates has conducted more than 1,700 opinion research surveys in the last 35 years for entities including Fortune 100 companies, law firms, labor unions, hospitals, utilities, nonprofits, and…

CLBR Seg 2: Kathleen Unger of VoteRiders

SEGMENT 2: VOTERIDERS COMBATS VOTER ID LAWS VoteRiders VoteRiders Voter ID laws could deny millions of American citizens their right to vote. VoteRiders helps those citizens get the ID required to vote.  VoteRiders is a non-partisan organization whose mission is to ensure that all citizens are able to exercise their right to vote. Through resources…

Next on CLBR: Internet Voting and Cyber Crime in Paradise

Segment 1: Alan Dechert on Internet Voting Former CEO of Open Voting Consortium Candidate for California Secretary of State More Detail Segment 2: Hawaii Rep. Kymberly Pine on Hawaii’s New Cyber Crime Laws Authored 3 of 4 Bills in Cyber Crime Package Just Signed Descendant of Alexander Hamilton More Detail Today in History includes the…

CLBR Segment 2: Hawaii Rep. Kymberly Pine Author of Landmark Cybercrime Package

Hawaii and Arizona have both recently enacted major cybercrime legislation addressing cyber-stalking and cyber-harassment.  In both states, the some of the legislation was narrowed after initial drafts were accused of over-breadth. In the second segment, Hawaii Rep. Kymberly Marcos Pine, the Minority Floor Leader, will talk about Hawaii’s passage of her cybercrime package.  The interview…