What you should know about the Capital One hack
The Capital One hack affected 106 million people. How worried should you be? Plus: Why Democratic U.S. House representative Kim Schrier now supports an impeachment inquiry. And, how will you survive in the immediate aftermath of the Big One? And filmmaker Lynne Shelton tells us about the inspiration for her new film, "Sword of Trust."
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Capital One Hack, Alfred Ng
Marcie Sillman talks to Alfred Ng, reporter at CNET, about the Capital One hack by a South Seattle woman.
Domestic Violence and tech, Sarah Lewis-Assink
Marcie Sillman talks to Sarah Lewis-Assink, Community Engagement Coordinator with New Beginnings, about the program teaching about how cell phones and computers are being increasingly used for domestic violence.
Kim Schrier on Impeachment Inquiry
Marcie Sillman talks to Congresswoman Kim Schrier about her decision to call for an impeachment inquiry.
Big One Aftermath
Marcie Sillman talks to Joseph Wartman, professor of civil and environmental engineering at the University of Washington, about how he would survive in the immediate aftermath of "the Big One" in Seattle.
Lynne Shelton, Sword of Trust
Marcie Sillman talks to filmmaker Lynne Shelton about her latest film, "Sword of Trust," starring Marc Maron. It's playing now at the SIFF Uptown theater in Seattle.