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Social media companies ‘have revealed themselves to be soulless’ … but there’s #SoulfulWork in cybersecurity

Bryan Palma, CEO of cybersecurity company Trellix, spoke recently at the biggest cybersecurity conference in the world, the RSA conference, and issued quite the call to action. Social media companies are soulless, he said. Tech workers who want to find more meaning in their work…well, there’s plenty of work to [Keep reading]

Bob Sullivan's podcasts

Episode 1: Too Big to Sue

 INTRODUCTION  The dot-com bubble. It’s hard to put into words how crazy, outlandish, extravagant, and optimistic the dot com bubble was. When I landed in the middle of it as a Microsoft intern in the mid-90s, the first company party I went to — Microsoft rented out a mountain. [Keep reading]

Cybercrime / Privacy

Episode 2: What *hasn’t* worked

Even Big Tech companies understand they wield too much power. Facebook’s attempt to create an Oversight Board is a nod to this reality.  In practice, it also demonstrates why this problem is so challenging. And how an effort to bring sense to the 2020 presidential election ended up as a [Keep reading]

Bob Sullivan's podcasts

Defending Democracy: The interviews gallery

  Marty Abrams, Information Accountability Foundation Jolynn Dellinger, Duke Law School David Hoffman Cybersecurity Professor, Duke University Chris Hoofnagle, Berkeley Center for Law & Technology Jane Horvath  Chief Privacy Officer, Apple Francella Ochillo  Next Century Cities Alexys Ogorek  Law Student Duke University Barak Richman  Duke Law School Ken Rogerson Duke [Keep reading]