An interview with KMOV News 4 about how cell phone tracking helped find a suspected murderer.
An interview with KMOV News 4 about a common computer scam.
An interview with KMOV News 4 about how 2 million Missourians had their personal information hacked.
Several interviews I did as part of a one-hour program on Social Media & the News.
An interview with KMOV trying to answer the question: is social media spreading misinformation or truths about Ferguson?
An interview I did with KMOV News 4 on the day of Twitter's IPO about the privacy implications of social media.
An interview I did with KMOV News 4 about a phishing scam that struck several employees of Washington University in St. Louis.
An interview I did with KMOV News 4 for the 5 o'clock news about new federal requirements for chips in cell phones to warn people about dangers.
An interview on KMOV News 4 done very early in the morning of September 28, 2010 that I did about Internet privacy.
An interview I did with KMOV News 4 on September 27, 2010 about a government proposal that would hurt Americans' privacy online.
An interview on KMOV News 4 on May 18, 2010, about Wi-Fi snooping in public places like coffee shops.
An interview on KMOV for the news that aired May 12, 2010, about ways to make free calls on your cellphone.
An interview on KSDK for the nightly news that aired Friday night, July 6, 2007, on the neat things you can do with your cell phone.
An interview on KMOV for the news that aired Wednesday night, May 23, 2007, on cool stuff you can do with your cell phone.
A fun interview on KSDK for the 10 o'clock news that aired Sunday night, February 11, 2007, on various Internet "maladies".
An interview on KSDK for the 6 a.m. news that aired January 30, 2007, on the release of Windows Vista.
An interview on NPR that aired November 8, 2004, on the security implications of Windows XP Service Pack 2.
An interview on NPR that aired July 5, 2004, on the security implications of Internet Explorer and Firefox.
An interview on Public Radio's Future Tense that aired June 30, 2004, about Firefox as a more secure browser than Internet Explorer.
A live interview with TechTV's Screen Savers about using Google to hack websites that aired on June 1, 2004.