17 Burst results for "Matthew Olsen"

"matthew olsen" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

Kinda Funny Games Daily

05:44 min | 2 months ago

"matthew olsen" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

"We're GONNA, Spiderman or whoever their partner down young horses with bugs next wherever those people were to come to. Hey I know we said launched on this or we said holiday but like we need more time in the same way, Microsoft's like take your time halo we can. It'll be here in the end and also this has been a fucked up for everybody. You'd hope playstation does that too so I don't think. Sony. Would Bristle at that or whatever. But if I'm there right now and I'm playstation I have to imagine that like Holy Shit what an opportunity for us I hope none of our stuff passes you're asking is that possible? Of course it's possible it's one hundred percent possible that insomniac maybe they were pushing really hard to do in this thing and now they look at it and go. Okay. Cool. Like let's have a real conversation with hermit NCNB like listen miles. Morales is not where we want it to be. Can we have more time? In that something else. But again, you'd hope those conversations were happening regardless of. The there's a reason you one of the I mean you could ask the question. Why? Why why did they announce this now by the way thanks a lot Microsoft Spencer on the show tonight, I was just going to goof around with them and then they drop this match. This animal talking Felt like literally fails I to live in live live interview on the show tonight like twenty four hours after they dropped. This mega news now you know it's like it's a whole thing We'll see what happens on the on the show tonight but. I like why? Now? Why today right yesterday why did they announce it yesterday I think I think they felt like they. They probably probably announced as soon as they knew, they had to make the decision like y y you think about it right if games consoles the playstation and the xbox probably both GonNa drop in November it's no surprise that the November. Yeah. Of course happened in the temple to light has to be our entire in time for the. Black. Shopping season. October's probably to Elliott course it was always going to be somewhere in mid November playstation five will be the same the they'll both though both launch I would say like mid mid November they'll both looking at around the same time maybe like a week Apolo something but there won't be much daylight between them And if you think about that like the Games that are going to launch on those systems including halo infinite would be going gold or approaching gold right about now basically, like very close, they can continue to do the day one patches But in terms of like putting it in a box, designed the cover art, shipping it to stores everything they need to do to like get it in stores in time for the in time for you know the the launch, those games to be going like now ish and so you know. Clearly three four, three Microsoft look to while they had they lie okay. It's now or never going with this or not and somebody had to pull the trigger and say, no, we can't like. We got it. We got to bite the bullet on this one. It's not ready and again, not super duper socks Sony's a in some looking at games right now who knows what they think they're pro. We got ready to go. Well, maybe they're thinking they might have to be have to push. But yeah, I mean like all the more reason for Sony to not WanNa, push anything right now because you know, Microsoft, just handed them a huge gift and the last thing they want to do is give it straight back with a push of their own you know and that would be I would. I don't want that I. Want I want every game to be amazing I want every ten I want I want to be fulfilled things gets away yet either yet but I don't want to get away and I. Don I didn't want Halo Insignificant Delayed. Did because get more time yet but there's a part of me that would be interested to see if yes, Spiderman Miles Morales gets delayed out of the launch line for playstation five and you have xbox series x launching, and you have playstation five launching, and neither of them have a triple a heavyweight contender and I know I'm playing a little fast and loose because death loop and everything else. There's there's other games on playstation, right but for this. Argument, right you have to consuls that launch they both of them are the next step, but only one of them is the win the walled garden next step right I. Think it's easy series exits Oh man it's I'm taking everything already have in making it look better. That's exciting. Obviously but it adds an upgrade versus playstation Ford playstation five being like well, even if there isn't a killer APP, let's say you know I think bugs nextradio system seller bugs. Reviews really well, and people really liked bugs, snacks. There is that thing of. The only way for me to play bugs next is to play playstation. He said not sure about PC, but for this argument for this argument about councils right like. Would that alone because I think right there you lose miles the way in the they've lost Halo. You have this argument of why am I buying? What am I buying for your back just buying for hardcore people would that be enough just even the some games that are exclusive to playstation five council wise enough to push numbers to actually make that matter I. Don't know this whole thing's Nutty what a fucking twentieth year. It's it's why should be and I I I have a feeling but we're not done yet, Greg. No. Surprise is coming the three now and Christmas you not I I I'll I'll I'll just this right now whether it just be on a global scale or even just seen signs of light what's coming in a little corner of the Universe Video Games? I. Have This feeling between now and Christmas is going to be shit shop. To buckle up strap price yourself because it's GonNa get. Rough. Let's move onto another shit show kind of story number two on the Roper report control is getting an upgrade for playstation for to put our playstation five and Xbox xbox series x however, it's locked to a special edition. This is Matthew Olsen over at US Gamer like many other recent and upcoming titles remedy entertainment's control. We'll have a free upgrade option for next GEN consoles. There's a catch though players who've already purchased control for playstation four or xbox one won't be eligible as the upgrade is only being introduced for folks who purchase control ultimate edition next month..

playstation Microsoft Spiderman Miles Morales Sony partner Matthew Olsen US Roper Elliott Apolo Greg
"matthew olsen" Discussed on The Daily Beans

The Daily Beans

06:06 min | 3 months ago

"matthew olsen" Discussed on The Daily Beans

"Any ideas, let us know hello at more. She wrote Dot Com. Anyway without knowing the precise confidence levels the White House should not be able to say the intelligence isn't credible, and as you all know. The validity of the intelligence is bolstered by intelligence community officials willingness to go to prison to come forward with this information to the press. Yours, no way the intelligence would have made it into the PD. Be The president's daily brief without grave concern about it. Or read this of differences and confidence levels between the agencies. It's the same fucking trick. They pulled with the with the. In two thousand seventeen, when all the intelligence agency said yes, Russia hacked our elections. They interfered in our elections. Yes, yes, yes. And Trump said nope didn't happen CIA said it was high confidence. An Essay said medium confidence up. They're not the same. The whole thing is bullshit. And then after the New York Times comes out with this reporting in the Washington Post comes out with this reporting and more and more officials you know are are adding to the story. After that. The NFC which reports directly to Radcliffe who has fucking Zero Intel? Experience! Took over for Rick. Grenell. who was acting after Maguire was fired for briefing Russia to the House. To the gang of eight without without telling trump I. So. Now only after all that reporting. Did A. Rat Fuck come out with this. Three page memo, saying no, no intelligence agency once that it was a high confidence intelligence agency to said medium competence, intelligence agency three said. We don't have any confidence because we are you know signals intelligence with. They're the same song and dance and nobody's talking about it today, but I am a mad so I guess you got Mad AG. Today Matthew Olsen former director of national counterterrorism center who also held another national security post during both Bush and Obama administrations also said the account of the memos content raised the appearance of potential politicization. These products are never definite ever. There's always caveats in holes, judgments and qualifications. He said the white. House is portrayed it as not verified, but it's never verified so that struck me as a misrepresentation. It would be very easy if you WANNA. Take Different Spin to draw those out in amplifies the ways in which it was inconclusive. The Intel assessment of the problem outlined in this memo served as the basis for an interagency meeting in late March convened by the National Security Council at the end of which officials were assigned. They were told to come up with a list of potential responses. The ensuing list started with making diplomatic complaint to Russia just like Hey, can you not kill our troops and coalition forces? Just saying that just asking him not to. That was at the bottom list, and that it escalated into sanctions and other punishments that's according to several officials familiar with those NFC meetings, those interagency meetings, but despite receiving that list months ago, the trump White House has not authorized any action. The administration appeared to have indefinitely sidelined the issue. Until, the Times article last week caused an uproar in Congress, prompting a fresh look at it, and then all of a sudden Bam a DNA memo coming out saying. Look the Intel different different levels of confidence among our seventeen intelligence agencies. The whole thing must be bullshit. Ryan Goodman and Nicholas Rasmussen wrote a piece in just security, stating that the memo is a product of the national. Intelligence Council as I said which reports directly to Ratcliffe, and they're concerned that the country's top intelligence official is manipulating intelligence processes for political. Purposes in the context of a direct threat to American servicemembers lives quote that we even have to ask the question whether this intelligence is being politicized as a measure of how far from normal business we have strayed in recent years. And of course, the timing is suspect. The the memo here was drafted after the New York Times reporting. Instead of months ago? Raises all these questions. Why wasn't this memo drafted months ago? Quote all told the recent timing of the memos tasking and rush to complete it suggest it was not intended to inform policy discussions on how to protect American troops to inform political efforts to rebut the media reports couple that with the fact that they've used this trick before. Like I said it becomes clear to me. At least this memo was whipped up to backup. The president's lies something that happens all the time. And now American troops lives. Could've could have been lost may have been lost. And are right now in danger, eight hundred troops over there. Anyway. I'm pretty mad about it. I WANNA. Keep this story going. It seems to have gone silent so if you can find this article. That just came out in the New, York Times or the just security blog retweeted. Just keep the story going. It needs to continue to have attention as long as trump doesn't at least ask Putin to stop. Our our troops are are in danger, and so are the coalition forces in Afghanistan We'll be right back after this quick word with Steve Ladder to discuss the Supreme Court decisions from today. How many are left to announce this term, and when we can expect the trump tax case decisions, so stay with us. Messages will be. Hey, everybody, it's ag as we know computer systems in cars or the new normal from electronially and controlled transmissions to touchscreen displays, dozens of sensors, but you can't fix any of these new features yourself so when something breaks, it cost you a fortune, so now is not the time for expensive repairs as we all know the last time I had a tech related car problem it cost me like. A lot of money and the repairs took forever, and all of these systems were integrated so it just it costs so much, and that's why I now have carshield what the most about their service is..

Russia Trump Intel New York Times president Intelligence Council White House NFC York Times Washington Post CIA Matthew Olsen National Security Council House Radcliffe Ryan Goodman Rick Putin
"matthew olsen" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

Kinda Funny Games Daily

12:16 min | 5 months ago

"matthew olsen" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

"Accounts which reached the world's largest social graph with over three hundred and fifty million players in their two point. Two billion friend connections across over half a billion devices bucking dude. That's awesome right again. It's like what is next. Gen and I feel like today was the first time we've seen something that shows what it can look like and sound like but I feel like everything we've been talking about is kind of you know the quality of life is about. What should my video game experience be? And it's all of this type of stuff right. It is this ownership. It is smart delivery. It is all these things that are great and I honestly feel unbelievable if you were to go back in time ten years ago and say hey in two thousand twenty like Games are going to be this this this and this. This is one of those things and I feel like. It's another tool necessary to better the industry and to allow You know like more synergy between all these different companies developers publishers and it incentivizes people to want to do the right thing And again I think. It's back to epics epic taking their success in using benefit. Everybody because when they were like we're forty nine and we want to cross player right and they kinda just made that happen they will then into existence because obviously the audience wanted so they relied but the audience always want stuff and they're always thought about stuff You know where the fuck so calm to. Remastered I digress. It was the idea right of A. We're here we want this. And we're big enough as a game company and engine and we have the tools and we can make all happen. Would call of duty. Be Cross play. If four-night wasn't exactly there's no no nobody would have pushed it forward that way we're going to move on to our next story but before that is want to knock out the wrong here because not exactly you're wrong for the most part. They're more like answering questions. We asked her in the thing number. One final boss fight says angry voice. Gary was wrong when you roasted me when I said councils are going to be faster than PC's here's proof. Motorola law is Gary. Did make a big deal when that was set on the show. So you actually get the win. Their final boss fight Gary where they will not cancel Channel you win prophesied two seven. Seven said says Tim said that playstation first parties wouldn't really benefit from unreal five what playstations first parties Sony bandwith days gone is made isn't in unreal? Four next could be using unreal. Five in the game would be even more more. Just fantastic Tim Buddy says got four impeach for uses. The Connecticut engine that was created in house by Sony. San Diego Shot Kanada right and then Charles. Jacobson says help weight is in Or I'm sorry unreal four. I loved that. They held the Connecticut. Engine that is like the coolest thing routes you know what I mean. I'll talk more about playstation a five and playstation plus Killian. We're start with a JOE scrambles at Aegean Estonia said playstation five remains on track for its holiday. Twenty twenty release and game development has seen no major issues to the cove in nineteen outbreak as part of its financial results. Briefings Sony global reiterated. That it's new hardware is quote on-track for launch this holiday season. A statement on the impact of the pandemic reads quote although factors such as employees working from home and restrictions on international travel have presented some challenges in regards to part of the testing process and the qualification of production lines development is progressing end quote from that same call. Matthew hinder hand over at Games in his job is not call was it was a briefing has a more detailed look at numbers in the year ended. March Thirty First Twenty Twenty. Sony's game in Network Services. Division earned eighteen point five billion dollars down fourteen percent year on year. The Games division made an operating profit of two point. Two billion dollars down from hasn't yen three Three hundred eleven billion the year before so as to thirty eight billion is down a Sony attributed this decline to both Falling hardware sales and lack of first party releases on level of God of War Spiderman sales of the playstation four dropped to one point five million units in the fourth quarter down from two point. Six million in q four two thousand nineteen so only sold thirteen point six million units and the playstation four during the fiscal year overall. Down from seventeen point eight million. Here's the here's the big number. Though the playstation four is now sold more than one hundred and ten million units overall then in terms of the Corinthian everything else is going on the key area of the Games business. That showed improvement was playstation plus which saw boosting subscribers. The service now has forty one. Point five million subs up thirty. Six point four million a year ago. Big Jump Five point one The decline of Video Games contributed the company's performance overall with both revenue and profit falling in the year ended march in the year ended. March revenue fell by five percent. Profit tumbled thirty six percent not shocking as they already said that one year after playstation five number. Two the last giant for stuff but the jumping playstation plus. That's very nice then. One hundred and ten million units overall now making it now. The number four highest selling console of all time Hit that last time. We heard numbers. But still it's like I mean it's creeping up on number. Three Gameboy gameboy color at one hundred million. I don't know if the PS four is gonna hit that anytime and we'll ask depending on the strategy going forward that Sony employees with the PS five and whatever packers compatibility smart delivery of whatever that type of stuff if they're still incentivizing people to buy cheaper. Ps Four over time. We could see not. Ps Two numbers but like a PS two type of celebrate past. It's stolen rhyme life yet number. Three in the same vein. This pandemic step stuff Phil Spencer. Says Twenty Twenty. One Games are more likely to feel the pandemic this is Matt Olsen Matthew Olsen over at US Gamer transparency in proactive. Messaging have been common threads with the head of xbox Phil Spencer for Awhile. Now especially as Microsoft has geared up to launch the series x and in the midst of the corona virus pandemic in recent months Spencer has been forthcoming and how the pandemic may impact software more than hardware in recently. He clarified that he thinks games. Plan for twenty twenty one and beyond beyond are beginning are being slowed more in a business insider interview from last week. Spencer explains the Games in the final stages of development certain vital assets lockdown down that those planning to release about a year or more from now may not quote through the summer early fall. I feel pretty good about those games. Spencer Games that were targeting a year from now or beyond beyond They'll be more impact or they'll be they'll be some impact but they'll be able to react as particular game devs as for particular game depth task that can't or aren't yet being handled via remote working solutions. Spencer points to motion capture and large audio work. The former has basically stopped. He says likewise projects yet to record something like a symphonic score will probably need to wait until recording studios can reopen. Xbox is not alone in seeing issues for games several months or over a year from launch. It seems intendo is likely to quiet. Delay Nintendo is also likely to quietly delay some future switch. Titles quote it really. It's really in those type of games that we're trying to finally get all their asset base together in terms of art production that they might have the biggest impact. Spencer includes the final boss fight. Tim Bryce the Patriots Dot com slash. Kinda Funny Games and says dear grim. That's that's a couple longtime first time especially for you guys on. Kfi GD in a recent article Matt purse xbox Xbox He especially especially touches upon specific challenges that these CEO's phase with aspects like Mo cap in orchestral audio recording. Do you think twenty twenty. One will be a dry year for video games based on this. Do you think there will be a rise in any studios in any games? That don't need these. Advanced captured techniques will annual iterations like Madam fee for release the same version with minor feature updates or they skip a year to know your thoughts on the trickle down effects of this situation the next few years after all will it make sense to pick up an xbox series. X or playstation. Five if there's going to be a dearth of games for awhile there's always keep doing what you guys do. The final boss fight. This is gonNA suck. There's going to be a lot of effects that we're going to feel for a very long time and I'm I'm not entirely sure to get anyone's entirely sure when that's going to change or if it ever will we think that fundamentally the way that entertainment and content is created is never going to be the same and we're seeing all of this the ramifications of this already with with movies where games were in place right now with games because we don't know next. Gen so that means we don't really know the twenty twenty one games. We have this year pretty much down. But we just don't even know the titles coming out whereas with movies we have dates. We have names and entitles in plans for the next couple years. And we're already seeing all. This year's movies get pushed to next year but the movies that were going to come out next year or the year after that. That should be being made now. Matrix John Wick. Then we'll see when does actually are able to to be made when they get pushed to and all of that stuff like the right now. Even though we're having this weird hit it's only gonNA get worse in the next couple of years as the fruits of the Labor. That is necessarily going on right. Now isn't happening. Yeah yeah you figured you were in the easiest way to describe this bottleneck? Is that yet for video games. What he's talking about with orchestral scores with Mo cap with anything. That's going on where you need the actual big studio collaboration right coming back from that. It's not like you go right back to work on this project because there were people who already have the dates beyond you booked so now it's like Wendy fit in the stuff you had you pushed when he reschedule that how to fit it into this thing. What about the fact that? If let's say Troy's your your voice actor Mobile App Guy. He was already booked on your project but he was also booked on this. He was fifty percent through which he Your project now. When he comes back he's booked on this like it's going to be such a cluster fuck bottleneck of how to with the limited resources at your disposal in places to go do these. And that's the other thing too is like if you are in these industries. There's usually the distinct. This is where you do that kind of thing. This is where you record it you we soft in Toronto as giant sound stage they built for Mokaba stuff like that like. How do you do that when to your point him? It's you're trying to catch up on what you miss during the pandemic but then also you're supposed to be stuff. You're already supposed to be doing like it's going to domino. I do think that next year is going to be next year. An twenty twenty two will be very not. It's I'm not saying that we know games. It's it I just think that like we've been spoiled for what the past I would say. Read of five years with like Banger after Banger after Banger. Even when it's like Oh. This year wasn't asked last year. It was like last year. There wasn't something that really spoke to me like really loudly like a god of War Spiderman. Living there were still fucking awesome games every week every month. Right you know so it. Is this thing of. Where will this net out in terms of triple? A.'S ARE GONNA throw money around and make it happen to make it happen and keep their financial results up but a double a word is that go and then yet your point Do indies really step up in suddenly? Is this their time to shine once again? Because I mean that's obvious how was the start of this generation that they were filling in gaps while we were getting up to speed but yet you're not relying on that if you want? Make your game at home. What happens and then on top of that? What happens with all the games that are games? The service where you already invested. Yeah that's that's a really big point upcoming was like avengers like we'll see but I feel like the real winners are going to be the big triple eight guys that come up with creative solutions. That don't need to go back to the way of doing things and and find work arounds and and ways around you know kind of a lot of ways we're GONNA take hits. Good enough is going to have to be good enough. It's not going to be exactly the same but I think a good example of time out the orchestral side of things in the soundtracks which are so key to these giant experiences Greg. Here's here's a question. Like what's the what's.

Twenty twenty Sony Phil Spencer First Twenty Twenty Gen Matthew Olsen Gary Connecticut Motorola Aegean Estonia Tim Buddy Labor Nintendo Microsoft John Wick Jacobson
"matthew olsen" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

Kinda Funny Games Daily

01:52 min | 11 months ago

"matthew olsen" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

"The buddy adventure feature set will roll out to trainers around the world by twenty twenty they. He's still playing poker bumgarner tobacco today. When I saw this I was like Oh? Did you watch the trailer for this. Not Almost made me cry. And I'm not even like I don't even have a childhood attachment to poke him on. This is a really well done the trailer for like an ad for this thing. And it's a big deal. Obviously if you're pokemon go player that you can swap or you will be able to swap out not lose progress so enjoy yourself there then number five five during a long drive for I've I don't know what I keep saying. I've said this multiple times in the show and I understand you. Don't watch it in the ones you're not on is that we should have just taken yesterday. Okay the shows. I'm not yeah I watch those ones yeah. Of course I'm saying we should take December off. Why in the Industry the industry should stop working December? These two weeks are worthless. What we do you know what I mean? And then I've said that enough that my body has just taken it to heart checked out. Oh words left in writing a couple of weeks. I'm doing the bare minimum. Stop December. Why do we have December number five the wolf among us to starting from scratch this is Matthew Olsen over at US Gamer Jamie Ali? CEO of L. CG Entertainment Slash Telltale confirms that development on the wolf among us to is starting a new rather Kevin Building on what telltale had prior to the cancellation L. C. G.. A Holding Company headed by Ali and Chief Revenue Officer. Brian Waddell completed its purchase of the Telltale Hotel Brand and select licenses in late August taking lead on the wolf among us. twos creation is ad hoc studio developer founded earlier this year by former tell tale employees MHM though ad hoc includes key members of the team behind the first season of the wolf among us all four founding members left telltale over a year before the studio's closure in two thousand eighteen quote quote we've completely restarted the development of the game oddly tells. USA gamer quote. We felt it best to give the new creative team a clean slate. Start with always.

Jamie Ali US developer Matthew Olsen Brian Waddell twenty twenty Chief Revenue Officer L. CG Entertainment CEO Kevin Building
"matthew olsen" Discussed on Eating For Free

Eating For Free

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"matthew olsen" Discussed on Eating For Free

"Capitalism happy hour <hes> you you can follow us on his scream at instagram dot com backslash eating for free front slash. Excuse me eating for free like everyone cracks me. Every time I hear you I see you. You're heard your spoken into and your acknowledged <hes> you can follow us on twitter at underscore eating for free you can email us at questions at eating for Free Dot Com once again that is questions questions at eating for Free Dot Com. It is not eating for free podcast at gmail.com. That is not an active email anymore. <hes> you can also follow all of us at eating dot com everywhere you can see everything we have right over there. You can follow me at Joanie sucks and you can follow Matthew Matthew at Underscore Matthew Olsen. He is looking at his phone ignoring me while he texts someone I can only assume as his boyfriend or twitter sir. I'm on Van Belle. Who Do you vent knowing at a time? I gotTA reimbursement some it'd work. She needs the funds okay she needs to see you could give them back to me. I cannot talk about shop as I always say oh. She likes to make drama doesn't she. I cannot talk about tap. Someone who exists with four hundred tabs CBS open okay is that it <hes> to people who did send emails to INC FOR FREE PODCASTS DOT COM. We still have your for next week but yes anyone wants new questions into questions that in for free just to clear that up it's still there but yes 'cause when eighteenth free of course levels of course and <hes> also just how clean stuff everyone Patriot we will be doing the bonus episode

Matthew Olsen Matthew Matthew twitter Van Belle CBS
"matthew olsen" Discussed on Eating For Free

Eating For Free

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"matthew olsen" Discussed on Eating For Free

"Capitalism happy hour <hes> you you can follow us on his scream at instagram dot com backslash eating for free front slash. Excuse me eating for free like everyone cracks me. Every time I hear you I see you. You're heard your spoken into and your acknowledged <hes> you can follow us on twitter at underscore eating for free you can email us at questions at eating for Free Dot Com once again that is questions questions at eating for Free Dot Com. It is not eating for free podcast at gmail.com. That is not an active email anymore. <hes> you can also follow all of us at eating dot com everywhere you can see everything we have right over there. You can follow me at Joanie sucks and you can follow Matthew Matthew at Underscore Matthew Olsen. He is looking at his phone ignoring me while he texts someone I can only assume as his boyfriend or twitter sir. I'm on Van Belle. Who Do you vent knowing at a time? I gotTA reimbursement some it'd work. She needs the funds okay she needs to see you could give them back to me. I cannot talk about shop as I always say oh. She likes to make drama doesn't she. I cannot talk about tap. Someone who exists with four hundred tabs CBS open okay is that it <hes> to people who did send emails to INC FOR FREE PODCASTS DOT COM. We still have your for next week but yes anyone wants new questions into questions that in for free just to clear that up it's still there but yes 'cause when eighteenth free of course levels of course and <hes> also just how clean stuff everyone Patriot we will be doing the bonus episode

Matthew Olsen Matthew Matthew twitter Van Belle CBS
"matthew olsen" Discussed on Eating For Free

Eating For Free

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"matthew olsen" Discussed on Eating For Free

"Capitalism happy hour <hes> you you can follow us on his scream at instagram dot com backslash eating for free front slash. Excuse me eating for free like everyone cracks me. Every time I hear you I see you. You're heard your spoken into and your acknowledged <hes> you can follow us on twitter at underscore eating for free you can email us at questions at eating for Free Dot Com once again that is questions questions at eating for Free Dot Com. It is not eating for free podcast at gmail.com. That is not an active email anymore. <hes> you can also follow all of us at eating dot com everywhere you can see everything we have right over there. You can follow me at Joanie sucks and you can follow Matthew Matthew at Underscore Matthew Olsen. He is looking at his phone ignoring me while he texts someone I can only assume as his boyfriend or twitter sir. I'm on Van Belle. Who Do you vent knowing at a time? I gotTA reimbursement some it'd work. She needs the funds okay she needs to see you could give them back to me. I cannot talk about shop as I always say oh. She likes to make drama doesn't she. I cannot talk about tap. Someone who exists with four hundred tabs CBS open okay is that it <hes> to people who did send emails to INC FOR FREE PODCASTS DOT COM. We still have your for next week but yes anyone wants new questions into questions that in for free just to clear that up it's still there but yes 'cause when eighteenth free of course levels of course and <hes> also just how clean stuff everyone Patriot we will be doing the bonus episode newsletter

Matthew Olsen Matthew Matthew twitter Van Belle CBS
"matthew olsen" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"matthew olsen" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"We have made this bargain that we get this great free service matthew olsen would be would we be willing to pay for that service in order to have more privacy protection i mean i think that's an that's an open question the other just quick observation i mean i think one of the challenges in this area with all your points to jeffrey about these cases that are going to the supreme court i think the courts are check challenged in drawing the lines about at what point giving over data voluntarily to a third party becomes becomes a fourth amendment violation when the government gets that information this is a really a job from my perspective for for congress i i realized that maybe futile in the current environment but courts are really they're not very good at coming up with the policies as opposed to implementing the policies that congressman congress puts into effect so i think we have a we have a we have sort of a separation of powers issue here too i agree with with all the just been said gabe rotten and and i think there's probably three other things that i would note i mean one as you know the notion of legislating in this area and directly regulating the private sector collection of information is an extremely difficult proposition but there's a couple of things that we could conceivably do one we should pay attention to how the government is able to get the information that we share with with private sector entities we have in the united states for instance in the privacy act that was passed in the nineteen seventies we have done things that try and control how the government uses information that it has i think that's an important element to protecting to protecting individual freedoms in this new brave digital age the second point is when you just raise map right it's the the old joke if it's free your the product and that's something i think we all need to internalize we.

gabe rotten government united states matthew olsen congressman congress
"matthew olsen" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"matthew olsen" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"The years around how to make privacy policies are more understandable and readable i'm also christoph nagel who's a professor at university of california berkeley i think through the years has also tried to digest kind of companies privacy policies and how to read them jimmy quinn quick other suggestions because it just occurs to me if you made your point peter this is an area where security and privacy come together when you think about cybersecurity and what happens when companies have your information and they don't properly protect it anything about for example about the equifax breach which affected every single person in this room almost certainly information which we never said equifax was okay to hold and to sell they had and it was stolen and matthew olsen former director of the national counterterrorism center here's an area where security and privacy are completely in line because the better security that they are providing to protect that data the better our privacy is protected from that information being lost or stolen thank you our friend from microsoft over here mentioned the cloud act earlier and i was curious everybody's take on the cloud because it wasn't necessarily consensus in terms of whether it was a good thing for the public what you think pretty familiar super familiar with the cloud act but i know the electric frontier from and some other groups were adamantly opposed to the cloud and it seemed like it was passed kind of in a kind of circumvented traditional way by going through the bad omnibus so i was curious if anybody had any input on the cloud acton having having consumers so the two basic things one there as penalty mentioned there's this court case microsoft commonly called microsoft the ireland microsoft is challenging a probable cause warrant that is seeking records that are seeking data physically stored overseas the that case the microsoft's argument in that case is effectively that the law that permits an email warrant does not apply extraterritorially cloud act answers that question in the affirmative it says that a an email provider must disclose to the government those emails regardless of where the data is whether it's here in the united states or whether it's overseas it also.

professor jimmy quinn peter equifax microsoft united states christoph nagel university of california matthew olsen director
"matthew olsen" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"matthew olsen" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Say i think we've gotten this about right i actually think the balance is about where it should be in the criminal context we certainly struggled to adapt to new technologies when it comes to what's reasonable and under what circumstances warrant will be issued but i think the for the moment has held up the test of time and then really importantly i think in the now security context when it comes to for example the foreign intelligence surveillance act visor we just had this debate about the renewal of one of the key pieces of that act post snowden post the debate around the revelations that snowden had made about that law and it was effectively law was effectively extended for several more years after a lengthy debate and i think that extension without really any significant changes to the law reflects the the will of the people and the notion that congress basically has determined based on the will of the people that we've got that down to about right when it comes to national security so the last point i'll make very briefly as i do think there's an area where we need to work much harder and that is on the cooperation between the government and the technology community i think we've lost some of that cooperation and that cooperation is going to be critical to solving some of the key challenges we face including encryption and cybersecurity because of the innovation that takes place in in our technology community and needs to work better with government so that'll stop and i look forward to your questions in the discussion tonight matthew olsen is the former director of the national counterterrorism center or nc tc in the obama administration how can we balance the values of liberty and security we can translate the text originally was understanding of the constitution into a technological age every rosen is the president and ceo of the national constitution center the age of facebook and drowns and cellphone surveillance and nsa surveillance what does the text of the fourth amendment say it says the right of the people to be secure in our persons houses papers and effects against unreasonable searches and seizures shall not be violated but no warrant shall issue but upon probable cause particularly describing the place to be searched or the.

congress matthew olsen director president and ceo facebook snowden nc obama
"matthew olsen" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"matthew olsen" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Russians and when deputy attorney general rod rosenstein announced the indictment last week he went into detail about the rallies that the russian defendants allegedly helped arrange using social media russians also recruited and paid real americans to engage in political activities from ho political campaigns and stage political rallies the defendants and their coconspirators pretended to be grassroots activists according to the indictment the americans did not know they were communicating with russians after the election the defendants allegedly staged rallies to support the president elect whilst simultaneously staging rallies to protest his election the indictment says that rallies allegedly boosted by the russian defendants happened before and after the election in pennsylvania florida new york north carolina and washington dc at a senate hearing last week the administration's intelligence chiefs fielded questions about whether president trump specifically asked them to take action to curb future russian election operations as the president directing you earn your agency to take specific action to confront and blunt russian influence activities that are ongoing and not as specifically directed by the president for russia i can't say i've been explicitly directed to quote blunt or actively stop on the other hand it's very clear generate knowledge and insight help us understand this we could generate burning policy that clearly that direction has been very explicit on fairness that the intelligence officials told the panel they had no reason to believe russia's efforts with side mr trump claims last week's indictment proves his campaign did not collude with russia but muller's investigation into that possibility continues for the pbs newshour i'm yummy southend door this indictment of over a dozen russians for committing quote information warfare on the united states is without a doubt a major development in the special counsel's investigation into russian meddling in our last election matthew olsen ran the national counterterrorism center during the obama administration and was a longtime federal prosecutor welcome back to the news our thanks william so give me your initial impressions of this indictment yes certain ending the most striking thing about the indictment when you read it is the extrordinary detail that it includes about this information warfare campaign that the russians carried out this is the speaking indictment would prosecutors called speaking indictment prosecutors could just lay out the bear elements of the.

united states william matthew olsen senate deputy attorney general obama administration special counsel rod rosenstein muller mr trump russia washington north carolina florida pennsylvania president
"matthew olsen" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

03:07 min | 3 years ago

"matthew olsen" Discussed on WLOB

"Pointless was will you go and you are our senior research analyst german michelle had agreed he says what's worse than man spreading his man spreading while wearing a 100 percent cotton your that makes you a racist man spreader oh yes the fabric of our lives where were we all year we were doing a radio show and i was getting ready to tell you about the political arguing and i'm not kidding about this that the electoral college is a national security threat yes the electoral carlot we've habits as the founding of the country votes and now it's a national security threat we to get rid of it you know what's going to be funny is and i would really love to see this is when the well with the roles reversed but i don't know that i don't know that will happen though i don't know but a republican can win the popular vote but just about the time they abolish the uh the electoral college but they're still counting immuno and then you have a republican win the popular vote than lose the electoral cut with they had cabot we can't win this is the story this is a girl yuma pen jointly by matthew olsen and benjamin haas olsen is described in the piece is the director of the national counterterrorism center under barack obama and his general counsel at the national security agency he's an adjunct senior fellow at the center for a new american security and cofounder of iron net cybersecurity haass is described as redwood west point two thousand nine and was an intelligence officer in the army for five years including two deployments in afghanistan is now a student at stanford law school so they're 80 explaining that the then the economy argued the electoral college presents a national security threat and it should be abolished so what's the basis of all this well they claim the james madison could not have foreseen the rise of fake news and facebook and that those these posed threats to the integrity of our election system that demand reexamination of the whole role of the electoral college now love this folks is netflix on russia and their efforts to to buy facebook anz which they say compromise the voting systems these efforts have been relatively well documented the authors argument is that the electoral college make such efforts to compromise the.

stanford law school netflix facebook afghanistan benjamin haas olsen yuma research analyst russia james madison michelle army officer senior fellow general counsel director matthew olsen electoral college 100 percent five years
"matthew olsen" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"matthew olsen" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Times right ear every sunday morning night tonight in this the greatest danger a fifty am remember the voice of us right here on sunday morning from night tonight gutless president trump's soninlaw is under scrutiny by the fbi abc news has learned for his contacts with russians specifically to meeting last december one between kushner and the russian ambassador which included former national security advisor michael flynn abc news contributor matthew olsen tells us kushner's damas probably on a fearless jared kushner is the kind of person that anyone conducting an investigation right now would want to talk to police in portland oregon have arrested a man suspected of stabbing multiple people aboard a city transit train friday afternoon to people are dead another as not nonlife threatening injuries tragedy agency spokesperson angela murphy tells us police were able to apprehend the suspect quickly we'd have individuals onboard it on our operated ever ali interest in the need are we did hacker dairy racketeers aren't from the police department authority said the suspect was yelling racist insults at two muslim girls then slashed the throats of two men who came to their defense on wall street the dow fell nearly three points todd see news w allround left h d two and now at eight fifty w f t l moment of caring brought to you by raymond motorcars school district of how these county wants you to now attendance matters one intent students mrs about two days the mark kindergarten students who missed that much time are less likely to read on grade level by.

president trump fbi advisor jared kushner oregon angela murphy dow raymond motorcars school distr michael flynn matthew olsen portland todd eight fifty w two days
"matthew olsen" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"matthew olsen" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Away i'm john hug mary thanks so much for listening and we've got an hour all about elections weaker is for you today divided voters and murky mandates around the world you love the brits theresa may says hey wait a minute i think i need a stronger mandate before moving ahead with brexit she calls a surprise snap election for reversal but we begin in conversion wisconsin that's where president trump is today to visit the headquarters of snap on incorporated a tool manufacturer using their trucks based in a congressional district of house speaker paul ryan it's trump's first visit as president of the state that he won by just under twenty three thousand votes turning it read for the first time since ronald reagan's nineteen eighty four sweep but donald trump's approval rating in the state sensitive at forty one percent with a forty seven percent disapproval mandate we contacted to conservative voters expecting to find bitter disappointed disillusioned jerry's daters cb confined it anthony's ito thirty four year old car salesman from lacrosse who voted for trump thirty three year old matthew olsen from ellsworth a truck driver working closely with the dairy industry he did not vote for trump but see if you can find the disillusion anthony take it away i think one of the concerns that i ran into an hoping that he didn't have a problem with is the you will once you get in you know who's agenda these start showing and one of the things that i noticed right away is like the fact that he came in their own agenda for the last thirty years we've all seen things are going as stellar as we hope at least since reagan that's for sure and the way he does things as far as you know if you don't like it you know things still got a good dog so you can not like me for who i am but i still gotta job doings and he's doing his job didn't get a lot.

wisconsin paul ryan president ronald reagan donald trump jerry salesman anthony house speaker matthew olsen ellsworth forty seven percent forty one percent thirty three year thirty four year thirty years
"matthew olsen" Discussed on PBS NewsHour

PBS NewsHour

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"matthew olsen" Discussed on PBS NewsHour

"In their ben we turned out to matthew olsen for more on this he was the director of the national counter terrorism center during the obama administration and he now teaches of harvard university welcome i wonder if you could just tell me a little bit what is going on here but it would appear that almost certainly there's some new intelligence that intelligence community has gathered whether on its own are from one of our partners in the region that is given the government in particular the department and then security increase concern about the possibility that a terrorist organization has develop some type of bomb that it can hide in a device like a laptop you know whether that's brand new intelligence or maybe just new analysis of existing intelligence it's hard to say but certainly they're son new a piece of information that has given the government more calm cause for concern and is in this particular context i mean clearly it also seems that we've lost faith in these particular airports either and their ability to screen luggage or their ability to weed out in full traitorous amongst their staff is that right well we've always a concern about airports and in this region in we've always placed additional screening requirements on flights that leave from these airports and don't stop before reaching the united states but they're the truth is that the best place to stop a terrorist attack applaud like this is that the earliest possible stage we can have intelligence that allows you to identify those individuals who are responsible for the plot the last opportunity really is at those airports and really you are really just hoping that you're going to stop a bomb once it reaches the airport gate i mean you were in the obama administration when these kinds of decisions we're being made all the time i imagine can you give us a sense.

director obama administration harvard university united states matthew olsen
"matthew olsen" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"matthew olsen" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Ninety two three as them from abc news to see region reaction to the explosive on precedent of allegation of one us president against another which are republican senator calls if true the biggest political scandal since watergate president trump without proof accusing president obama of tapping the phones and trump tower during last year's campaign spokesman for mister obama to nine get matthew olsen a former director the national counter terrorism center and in abc news contributor says only a federal judge can authorize such wire taps it's very difficult to obtain why are tap for for intelligence the government has to establish probable cause to believe that the person who is a target is acting as an agent a before empower that is dez's five or a terrorist there's an fb_i investigation of alleged trump campaign contact with russian officials and a town hall style event of clemson university republican senator lindsay graham of south carolina says it's his job is a us senator to get to the bottom of what would be if true the biggest political scandal since watergate he says her work that are is suggesting that the former president this is done something elite how the very worry if in fact the obama administration was able to retain of more long about trump campaign activity before it's abc news political analyst matthew down a former republicans strategist everybody talked about the tuesday night was going to be a pivot for him but as we know when basketball when you have to do a pivot yet them afoot for planted and his foot seems to be in quicksand organizers of the march for trump demonstrations in various cities around the us today so you're trying to show unity claiming their our efforts to seven times president comes vision for the country west palm beach we have black's return white's for trump spanish for trump their federal officials say more than two dozen aircraft of violated aerospace restrictions here the trump the state in florida you're.

us president senator mister obama director dez senator lindsay graham south carolina obama administration political analyst basketball florida matthew olsen clemson university republicans
"matthew olsen" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"matthew olsen" Discussed on WCHS

"I'm chuck see region reaction to the explosive on precedent of allegation of one us president against another which republican senator calls if true the biggest political scandal since watergate president trump without proof accusing president obama of tapping the phones and trump tower during last year's campaign spokesman for mister obama denying it matthew olsen a former director the national counter terrorism center and in abc news contributor says only a federal judge can authorize such wire taps it's very difficult to obtain why are tap for for intelligence the government has to establish probable cause to believe that the person who is a target is acting as an agent a before empower that is that this five or a terrorist there's an fb_i investigation of alleged trump campaign contact with russian officials and a town hall style event of clemson university republican senator lindsay graham of south carolina says it's his job busy us senator to get to the bottom of what would be if true the biggest political scandal since watergate he says her work that are is suggesting that the former president this is done something leaky how would be very worry if in fact the obama administration was able to retain of more loft that trump campaign activity before it's abc news political analyst matthew down a former republican strategist everybody talked about the tuesday night was going to be a pivot for him but as we know when basketball when you have to do a pivot you have to have a foot firmly planted and his foot seems to be in quicksand organizers of the march for trump demonstrations in various cities around the us today so you're trying to show unity claiming there are efforts to seven times president fronts vision for the country west palm beach we have lacks for trump white's for trump spanish for trump their federal officials say more than two dozen aircraft of violated aerospace restrictions near the trump est in florida you're listening to abc news let's.

us president senator mister obama senator lindsay graham south carolina obama administration political analyst basketball florida matthew olsen director clemson university