1994-06-29 - Re: radio program - Los Angeles area only

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From: Steven Levy <steven@echonyc.com>
To: Robert Lau <rslau@skat.usc.edu>
Message Hash: 7cb3563f37769130e5eb55644b8334b317059b36b3706c6de79f85e68a493999
Message ID: <Pine.3.89.9406282031.D16977-0100000@echonyc.com>
Reply To: <199406282305.QAA11854@tarazed.usc.edu>
UTC Datetime: 1994-06-29 00:39:52 UTC
Raw Date: Tue, 28 Jun 94 17:39:52 PDT

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From: Steven Levy <steven@echonyc.com>
Date: Tue, 28 Jun 94 17:39:52 PDT
To: Robert Lau <rslau@skat.usc.edu>
Subject: Re: radio program - Los Angeles area only
In-Reply-To: <199406282305.QAA11854@tarazed.usc.edu>
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I was on the show. It was a good presentation, a full hour, with me, Jim 
Kallstrom (FBI), Bidzos, John Droge of Mykotronx (maker of clipper), Marc 
Rotenberg, and a NIST guy, in that order I think.  The host was 
especially deft at sifting the points of disagreement and allowing both 
sides to have a say.

On Tue, 28 Jun 1994, Robert Lau wrote:

> today's topic on Which Way LA (KCRW 89.9FM, Los Angeles) was on phone,
> computer, etc.  privacy, and how the government is doing everything it can
> to take it away from us.  at least that's what the spots have said.
> presumably about clipper, FBI wiretap laws, etc.  first broadcast was at
> 13:00 but i missed it, being rebroadcast at 19:00.
> i don't have a tape deck in my office, but i guess i could digitize it.
> sorry for all of you outside LA, which is probably 99.3598% of you... :)
> Robert Lau - Systems Programmer, Unix Systems     213-740-2866
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