The (World Wide) Wire

According to the New York Times, top officials from the FBI traveled to Silicon Valley to meet with managers of major companies including Google and Facebook to expand the Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act, a law from 1994 to impose regulations on Internet companies. Michael Byrne, editor at Baltimore’s City Paper and staff writer at Technology website Motherboard.TV has been following this story and joins us today to discuss wire-tapping the World Wide Web.

air date: December 14, 2010