You might think a world-changing startup like Airbnb would duck lawyers for as long as legally possible. But then again, you might not have met Kathleen McGee.
She’s the chief of the Internet bureau of the New York attorney general’s office. She tries to work proactively with tech companies that want to understand how law affects them.
Listen closely to this week’s podcast to pick up on McGee’s pro-tech-but-pro-law rhetoric during her conversation with VentureBeat editor-in-chief Dylan Tweney and staff writer Jordan Novet.
- Everything Apple announced yesterday, including the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus and the Apple Watch
- VentureBeat’s investigation of LucidWorks, which has gone through layoffs, lost customers, and other challenges in recent months
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