Defending Democracy extended cuts: Barak Richman, antitrust expert

April 2, 2022 Bob Sullivan 1

Duke University law school professor Barak Richman studies the economics of contracting, new institutional economics, antitrust, and healthcare policy.  We talked with him about the role that antitrust law might play in creating accountability for Big Tech. Click here to listen to this episode or click play below. 

Defending Democracy extended cuts: Jane Horvath, Apple

April 1, 2022 Bob Sullivan 0

Jane Horvath is Apple’s chief privacy officer. We talked with her about Apple’s role as “judge and jury” when it comes to inclusion in the App Store, and how the firm might be more accountable for its decisions. Click here to listen, or click play below.  

Defending Democracy extended cuts: Chris Hoofnagle, Berkeley

April 1, 2022 Bob Sullivan 0

Chris Jay Hoofnagle is a professor at the University of California, Berkeley, and an expert in privacy law and computer crime law.  He believes Internet regulators could adopt strategies similar to the Environmental Protection Agency and other federal agencies. Click here to listen or click the play button below. 

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