Privacy Policy Analyst Dr. Matthew Guariglia on DIY Cyber Guy


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Episode Title: #31 – What You Need to Know About Police Access To Your Private Network Cameras

Dr. Matthew Guariglia is a policy analyst working on issues of surveillance and privacy at the local, state, and federal level. He received a PhD in history at the University of Connecticut where his research focused on the intersection of race, immigration, U.S. imperialism, and policing in New York City. He is a frequent contributor to the Freedom of Information-centered outlet Muckrock and his bylines have also appeared in the Washington Post and Motherboard. Matthew will be a visiting scholar in the department of history at UC Berkeley and serves as an editor of “Disciplining the City,” a series on the history of urban policing and incarceration at the Urban History Association’s blog The Metropole.

Here are some links to find Matthew and his work:

https://www.eff.org/about/staff/dr-matthew-guariglia-0

@mguariglia

eff.org/ring

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David W. Schropfer

David W. Schropfer is the CEO of The SAFE Button (Smartphone Authentication For Everyone), a cybersecurity company in New York (www.TheSafe.io).  Every day, he and his team of professionals keep the people who use The SAFE Button protected from some of the most common traps, hacks and attacks that target computer systems of all sizes. David is the author of the bestselling cybersecurity book, Digital Habits: 5 Simple Tips to Help Keep You and Your Information Safe Online. His previous books, including The Smartphone Wallet and industry whitepapers, predicted some of the biggest trends in the payments, mobile, and security industries.  Since graduating Boston College, David earned an Executive MBA from the University of Miami.

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