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  1. National Security Expert Explains Bitcoin Ransomware Payments | Pomp Podcast #579

    This is an episode of The Pomp Podcast with host Anthony "Pomp" Pompliano and guest, Joshua Steinman, is a former National Security Council staff member and current startup founder.

    In this conversation, we discuss the National Security Council, the narrative world, centralization, authority organizations, credentialism, ransomware, bug bounties, and industrial control systems.

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    0:00 - Intro 0:23 - Military Background 01:36 - National Securtiy Council 07:47 - Crypto Regulation 10:02 -…

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  2. The Judgment Call Podcast Episode #58 – Aubrey de Grey (Can we finally reverse aging ‘forever’?!)

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    In this episode of the Judgment Call Podcast – Aubrey de Grey and I talk about:

    00:02:16 How Aubrey de Grey got into the ‘longevity research‘ in the first place? 00:07:01 How Aubrey got the confidence to put a precise year to the ‘end of aging’. 00:12:01 What were the biggest obstacles to overcome in persuading the public that ‘aging can be ended’ 00:13:30 Was setting up a money price for the extension of the lifespan of mice a good idea? 00:21:10 Why the longevity industry is burgeoning at the seams suddenly? 00:25:09 Will the benefit of an extended lifespan be equally available to a large part of the population? 00:31:01 Once aging is solved will we see a population of 100 billion on earth? 00:34:50 How Aubrey envisions life ‘past the Singularity’? 00:38:30 How will our brains react to aging? Are there any drugs that we can use right now that may delay aging? 00:42:01 Is the the FDA to blame for the slow innovation in the healthcare industry? Has COVID changed the regulatory environment?

    Aubrey de Grey is the Chief Science Officer of the SENS Research Foundation. He has been an evangelist of longevity research for decades. He is also the author of ‘E…

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  3. Nation-State Cybercrime: Perspectives on the Problem and Response with Two Former DOJ National Security Officials | The Federalist Society

    Recent cyber attacks by the Russian and Chinese governments involving SolarWinds and Microsoft expos…

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  4. The Lawfare Podcast : Government Agencies that Really Listen To You: SIGINT in the UK

    The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland has been conducting and regulating signals intelligence, SIGINT, since before the United States was born. To talk about how they do it across the pond, David Kris sat down with two experts on UK SIGINT and SIGINT regulation: Michael Drury and Tony Comer, both veterans of Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ), the British counterpart to our own National Security Agency. Michael was GCHQ’s first full-time legal advisor from 1996 to 2010, when he joined the private sector, and Tony was GCHQ’s historian until his retirement earlier this year. They compared and contrasted the U.S. and UK experience with SIGINT, SIGINT regulation, popular support for SIGINT and intelligence in general, and also some cutting-edge issues, including how SIGINT works today, synergies between SIGINT and cyber, GDPR encryption and online harms.

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