April 24, 2014

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New Podcast: CITP Conversations

Over the last few months, as the pace of activity at CITP has increased, we’ve fielded a growing number of requests from points around the web, and around the world, for podcasts and other ways to “attend” our events virtually. We hear you, and we’re working on it.

Today, I’m very pleased to announce a new CITP podcast, which will carry audio of some of our events as well as brief conversations recorded expressly for the podcast feed. Currently, those conversations include one with Paul Ohm on Net Neutrality and the Wiretap Act, and another with Ed on “Rebooting our Cyber-Security Policy,” drawing on the themes of his recent Thursday Forum talk.

We are also working to offer more of our events in video formats, and we remain open to exploring additional options. Stay tuned!

Comments

  1. joehall says:

    would be good to have a link on the corresponding pages for each podcast post to the mp3 file (I’m on a crappy hotel connection and streaming isn’t all that useful… plus, the link in the HTML source is HTML-entity escaped which is a pain in the rear to copy/paste (I think)).

  2. Mark Felten says:

    Thanks for putting this online. I’m a huge fan of podcasts and interested in some the talks here. It’s wonderful to put them on my iPod and go for a walk with my daughter napping in stroller and the million other times when intelligent talk, on my schedule, is a real treat.

    I’m happy you’re added to my listening list.