Schedule

The show is about the guests, and I am thrilled and privileged to be able to invite so many fascinating people to join me in discussion.

The schedule for the spring is set (airdates — not guests — subject to change, and all airtimes are to be announced and streamed at KZSU-FM). For the spring, the show will air from 4-5pm pacific time on Wednesdays.

New shows begin on April 22, 2015 and will include:

April 22: Prof. Danielle Citron of the University of Maryland Carey School of Law, author of Hate Crimes in Cyberspace.

April 29: Profs. Irina Manta of Hofstra Law and David Olson of Boston College Law, authors of Hello Barbie: First They Will Monitor You, Then They Will Discriminate Against You. Perfectly.

May 6: Repeat.

May 13: Prof. Peter Asaro of the School of Media Studies at The New School, on killer robots.

May 20: Prof. Gabriella Coleman of McGill University, author of Hacker, Hoaxer, Whistleblower, Spy: The Many Faces of Anonymous.

May 27: Prof. Arvind Narayanan of Princeton University on algorithmic computing and Bitcoin.

June 3: Jacob Silverman, author of Terms of Service: Social Media and the Price of Constant Connection.

June 10: Prof. Jason Arnold of Virginia Commonwealth University, author of Secrecy in the Sunshine Era: The Promise and Failures of U.S. Open Government Laws.

Future Guests:

Prof. Andrea Matwyshyn of Princeton’s Center for Information Technology Policy on children, law and technology.

Prof. Jacqueline Lipton of The University of Akron Law School, author of Rethinking Cyberlaw.

Prof. Margot Kaminski of The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law, on international trade, surveillance and artificial intelligence.

Prof. Lawrence Lessig of Harvard Law School on campaign finance reform and Rootstrikers.

Prof. Peter Galison of Harvard University, co-director of the documentary film Containment.

Beau Woods on driverless cars.

Seda Gurses, post-doctoral fellow in the Media, Culture and Communications Department at NYU Steinhardt and at the Information Law Institute at NYU Law School.

Lorelei Kelly of the New America Foundation on technology and legislative decision-making.

Nabiha Syed of Levine Sullivan Koch & Schultz, LLP on drone technology and freedom of information.

Member of the European Parliament Marietje Schaake on democracy and technology in Europe.

Prof. Mark Fenster of Levin College of Law at University of Florida, on government transparency.

I am now booking guests for the summer quarter of 2015, which begins in July 2015, so if you have any suggestions, please let me know by emailing me at dave@hearsayculture.com. Meanwhile, thank you for listening and I hope that you enjoy the shows as much as I enjoy doing them!