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Lessons from History: Technology and Policymaking
In this episode, Caitlin Chin sits with Jason Steinhauer, a public historian and bestselling author of "History, Disrupted: How Social Media and the World Wide Web Have Changed the Past." Caitlin and Jason discuss how policymakers and technology companies can incorporate lessons from history to address modern challenges like artificial intelligence, online disinformation narratives, and more.
Inside the Department of Treasury’s Office of Intelligence and Analysis
In this episode, Jim Lewis talks to Shannon Corless, the Assistant Secretary for the Office of Intelligence and Analysis (OIA) at the Department of Treasury. They discuss the role of OIA in the broader federal government, economic and financial security, financial intelligence, and more.
The Current State of the CLOUD Act
In this episode, host Jim Lewis speaks with Richard Downing, Deputy Assistant Attorney General at the U.S. Department of Justice. Richard and Jim discuss the current state of the CLOUD Act, the e-Evidence Act, access to digital evidence, and the future of data transfers between the U.S. and EU, among other topics.
The Future of Meta's Threads
In this episode, Caitlin Chin sits down with Anupam Chander, the Scott K. Ginsburg Professor of Law and Technology at Georgetown University Law Center and an expert on the global regulation of new technologies. Caitlin and Anupam share early thoughts and predictions on Threads, a new conversational app designed by Meta. In addition, they discuss how recent developments with the EU-U.S. Data Privacy Framework, Digital Markets Act, Ireland’s Data Protection Commission, and Federal Trade Commission could impact Meta's future in the European Union and United States.
An Insiders’ Look at Recent Experiences Freeing Up Spectrum for 5G
In this episode, guest host Clete Johnson discusses the strategic security imperative for spectrum reallocation with former White House and NTIA leaders: senior vice president at BGR Robin Colwell, executive director of Open RAN Policy Coalition Diane Rinaldo, and partner at Wilkinson Baker Knauer LLP Evelyn Remaley. Robin, Diane, Evelyn, and Clete discuss the need for the United States to move urgently to allocate more mid-band spectrum for licensed commercial 5G use.
For additional resources on this topic, check out the following CSIS publications:
The National Security Benefits of Reallocating Federal Spectrum for Licensed 5G Use (Clete Johnson, CSIS): https://www.csis.org/analysis/national-security-benefits-reallocating-federal-spectrum-5g
Spectrum Allocation for a Contest with China (James Lewis, CSIS): https://www.csis.org/analysis/spectrum-allocation-contest-china
The Strategic Imperative of U.S. Leadership in Next-Generation Networks (Clete Johnson, CSIS): https://www.csis.org/analysis/strategic-imperative-us-leadership-next-generation-networks