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The Secure Sessions podcast discusses trending online security, digital rights, and encryption legislation with digital security experts, cryptographers, political activists and media professionals. Hosted by IPVanish CTO Josh Gagliardi, Security Sessions breaks down what's important in the digital security space and makes it relatable for everyday internet users. Security Sessions is brought to you by IPVanish VPN, the only Top Tier, No Log VPN worldwide.

Latest Episodes

Speculating a Post-Brexit Internet - MakeUseOf, Matthew Hughes

The results of the Brexit vote implicates more than meets the eye. Without the EU's authority, many laws governing online services, Internet privacy, and more need to be rewritten. The kicker? New Prime Minister Theresa May is the same woman to champion Snooper's Charter. Other topics in this discussion include the major Tumblr hack, Bitcoin, the Internet of Things, and inflight Wi-Fi.

22 MIN2016 JUL 29
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Speculating a Post-Brexit Internet - MakeUseOf, Matthew Hughes

Canada's Triple Threat Match for an Open Internet - David Christopher, Open Media Canada

Josh sits down with David Christopher, Communications Manager at Open Media Canada. David and Josh compare the former and current Canadian government’s policies when addressed with concerns over privacy legislation, examine the public’s acceptance of the Trans-Pacific Partnership, and discuss the free internet situation.

27 MIN2016 JUL 21
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Canada's Triple Threat Match for an Open Internet - David Christopher, Open Media Canada

Technology and Law: The Transition Between Physical & Digital - Jadzia Butler, CDT

Josh sits down with Jadzia Butler, Privacy Surveillance & Security Fellow for CDT. Jadzia and Josh delve into the the balance between government security, the needs of corporations and individual rights.

30 MIN2016 JUL 14
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Technology and Law: The Transition Between Physical & Digital - Jadzia Butler, CDT

The Politics of Distraction - Jim Killock, Open Rights Group

In the twelfth edition of the Secure Sessions podcast, Josh and our interviewee, Jim Killock, got into the thick of state-sponsored surveillance. Comparing the stark contrast between the US and UK in permitted Internet access as well as surveillance practices, questions of ethics arise. Listen to the podcast now for an eye-opening discussion about Snooper's Charter, the excuses used to advance the surveillance state, and more!

32 MIN2016 JUL 1
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The Politics of Distraction - Jim Killock, Open Rights Group

The Architecture of Local Surveillance - Hamid Khan, Stop LAPD Spying Coalition

As much as we talk about Federal government spying, rarely does the conversation trickle down to the local level in the same way that surveillance tools and trends do. Some of the largest cities in the US — Chicago, New York, and Los Angeles — have an extensive history of spying, surveillance, and infiltration. Josh chats with Hamid Khan from the Stop LAPD Spying Coalition for an eye-opening discussion about data trails, predictive policing, the "see something, say something” initiative, and more.

24 MIN2016 JUN 23
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The Architecture of Local Surveillance - Hamid Khan, Stop LAPD Spying Coalition

The Next Frontier? Law Enforcement Hacking - Russell Brandom, The Verge

Government surveillance, while providing a form of security, allows the opportunity for those who protect us to behave badly. But at what point does surveillance for the “greater good” turn questionable? Josh sits with Russell Brandom from The Verge for a jam-packed discussion about secret non-federal surveillance devices, local law enforcement hacking, and provisions for those who find internal ethics concerns.

31 MIN2016 JUN 16
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The Next Frontier? Law Enforcement Hacking - Russell Brandom, The Verge
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Latest Episodes

Speculating a Post-Brexit Internet - MakeUseOf, Matthew Hughes

The results of the Brexit vote implicates more than meets the eye. Without the EU's authority, many laws governing online services, Internet privacy, and more need to be rewritten. The kicker? New Prime Minister Theresa May is the same woman to champion Snooper's Charter. Other topics in this discussion include the major Tumblr hack, Bitcoin, the Internet of Things, and inflight Wi-Fi.

22 MIN2016 JUL 29
Comments
Speculating a Post-Brexit Internet - MakeUseOf, Matthew Hughes

Canada's Triple Threat Match for an Open Internet - David Christopher, Open Media Canada

Josh sits down with David Christopher, Communications Manager at Open Media Canada. David and Josh compare the former and current Canadian government’s policies when addressed with concerns over privacy legislation, examine the public’s acceptance of the Trans-Pacific Partnership, and discuss the free internet situation.

27 MIN2016 JUL 21
Comments
Canada's Triple Threat Match for an Open Internet - David Christopher, Open Media Canada

Technology and Law: The Transition Between Physical & Digital - Jadzia Butler, CDT

Josh sits down with Jadzia Butler, Privacy Surveillance & Security Fellow for CDT. Jadzia and Josh delve into the the balance between government security, the needs of corporations and individual rights.

30 MIN2016 JUL 14
Comments
Technology and Law: The Transition Between Physical & Digital - Jadzia Butler, CDT

The Politics of Distraction - Jim Killock, Open Rights Group

In the twelfth edition of the Secure Sessions podcast, Josh and our interviewee, Jim Killock, got into the thick of state-sponsored surveillance. Comparing the stark contrast between the US and UK in permitted Internet access as well as surveillance practices, questions of ethics arise. Listen to the podcast now for an eye-opening discussion about Snooper's Charter, the excuses used to advance the surveillance state, and more!

32 MIN2016 JUL 1
Comments
The Politics of Distraction - Jim Killock, Open Rights Group

The Architecture of Local Surveillance - Hamid Khan, Stop LAPD Spying Coalition

As much as we talk about Federal government spying, rarely does the conversation trickle down to the local level in the same way that surveillance tools and trends do. Some of the largest cities in the US — Chicago, New York, and Los Angeles — have an extensive history of spying, surveillance, and infiltration. Josh chats with Hamid Khan from the Stop LAPD Spying Coalition for an eye-opening discussion about data trails, predictive policing, the "see something, say something” initiative, and more.

24 MIN2016 JUN 23
Comments
The Architecture of Local Surveillance - Hamid Khan, Stop LAPD Spying Coalition

The Next Frontier? Law Enforcement Hacking - Russell Brandom, The Verge

Government surveillance, while providing a form of security, allows the opportunity for those who protect us to behave badly. But at what point does surveillance for the “greater good” turn questionable? Josh sits with Russell Brandom from The Verge for a jam-packed discussion about secret non-federal surveillance devices, local law enforcement hacking, and provisions for those who find internal ethics concerns.

31 MIN2016 JUN 16
Comments
The Next Frontier? Law Enforcement Hacking - Russell Brandom, The Verge
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