TCLP 2011-03-13 News

This is news cast 239, an episode of The Command Line Podcast.

This week’s security alerts are Google remotely removes Android malware receiving criticism for doing so and unmasking anonymous emails.

In this week’s news, an advance in magnetic resonance used in quantum computing, Craig Newmark’s new site for connecting supporters with not-for-profits, the history and future of internet enabled activism, and questioning whether libraries should become TechShops.

Following up this week details of Amazon’s DRM in its Android app store and senators urge Facebook to change its privacy policy.

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One Reply to “TCLP 2011-03-13 News”

  1. As the pixel-stained technoserf at a literary not for profit, I found your podcast particularly interesting. I’m looking forward to the podcast of your talk and I’m sharing the Craigconnects information with our development team, my boss, and the executive director. Given that they all love no technology newer than movable type, I suspect the result will be a confused disinterest but I’ll keep fighting the good fight promoting current millennium technology.

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