Debating the Constitution: Technology and Privacy
Who Gets to Decide About Data Security?
Catherine Crump and John Yoo discuss the issue of who has the authority to determine the norms regarding security of personal data.
Vulnerability of a Back Door Into Phone Data
Michael Chertoff and Stewart Baker address the case of the government asking Apple to exploit a back door into the contents of an iPhone and its security ramifications.
Should Government Have a Key to Encrypted Data?
Debaters Stewart Baker, Catherine Crump, and Michael Chertoff discuss how backdoor access to phone data would affect encrypted apps and data.
Jeffrey Rosen Intro
Jeffrey Rosen, President and CEO of the National Constitution Center, introduces the topic with Host John Donvan.
Do companies have an obligation to comply with shadow brokers?
Clip: Debaters Michael Chertoff and Stewart Baker debate the effects of the global ransomware attack Wannacry.