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Ted Claypoole

Hack, What Hack? Nothing to See Here.

I was recently asked to explain companies’ rationale for failing to report cybercrimes. Each situation has unique reasons and justifications, but I decided to tackle the most obvious and human cause for such behavior – humiliation. This is not a new trend. Businesses often resist reporting cybercrimes for […]

A Very Special Episode: Law of AI Book

The American Bar Association has just published an important book titled The Law of Artificial Intelligence and Smart Machines, addressing a gap in current legal literature for this essential technology. Diving deeply into the law affecting autonomous vehicles and self-directed flying machines, as well as the changes AI […]

Control Freaks and Bond Villains

The hippy ethos that birthed early management of the internet is beginning to look quaint. Even as a military project, the core internet concept was a decentralized network of unlimited nodes that could reroute itself around danger and destruction.  No one could control it because no one could […]