Electronic Frontier Foundation with Nate Cardozo

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When the US government hacks its own citizens, The Electronic Frontier Foundation is often the best source of reporting to find out what laws the government has broken. When a change to the privacy policy of Google or Facebook is made, the Electronic Frontier Foundation is the best place to find out how that change in privacy exploits users. The Electronic Frontier Foundation provides legal defense and editorialism at the intersection of law and technology.
Nate Cardozo joins the show today to discuss the mission of the EFF and his work at the organization. We have a wide ranging conversation, ranging from governments to corporations to Stuxnet to how the internal discussions at the EFF lead to the stances taken by the EFF.


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