Matthew Feeney

Matthew Feeney

18 Interviews

Matthew Feeney's Interviews

Caleb O. Brown & Matthew Feeney 10 Mar 2020 • EN

Clearview and the Cops

A tech company promises to link up photos of unknown people with their presence on the web for private clients and police. What does that mean for privacy, and for how police do their jobs? Matthew Feeney comments. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

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Caleb O. Brown & Matthew Feeney 06 Feb 2020 • EN

Elizabeth Warren Has A Plan to Criminalize Some Online Election Lies

Elizabeth Warren would seek to make certain online election‐​related speech subject to criminal and civil penalties. What speech could bring those penalties? Matthew Feeney explains. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

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Peter Van Doren + Matthew Feeney & Hal Varian 17 Oct 2019 • EN

We Googled It (with Hal Varian)

Matthew Feeney and Peter Van Doren interview Hal Varian about his professional experience starting with his economics column at the New York Times. They also cover other topics like the Google search engine, autonomous vehicles, and working in the age of automation. Varian even suggests that problem with autonomous veh

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Caleb O. Brown & Matthew Feeney 03 Aug 2018 • EN

TSA Is Spying on Americans with "Quiet Skies" Program

"Quiet Skies" monitors American travelers who are on a secret watchlist. Are you on the list? Matthew Feeney discusses the problems with this unwarranted surveillance. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

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Caleb O. Brown & Matthew Feeney 18 Jul 2018 • EN

Kavanaugh and NSA Surveillance

Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh's record with respect to warrantless government surveillance of Americans is worthy of scrutiny. Matthew Feeney discusses Klayman v. Obama. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

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Caleb O. Brown & Matthew Feeney 07 Jun 2018 • EN

Cops (with the Help of Amazon) May Be Watching You

Using Amazon's “Rekognition," a video and image analysis program, police in at least two cities have the ability to identify and track many people as they go about their business. Matthew Feeney comments on the implications. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

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