TCLP 2011-04-24 News

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

In the intro, a recommendation of listening to the latest Living Proof if your curious why I was so tired I skipped last week’s news cast. Also a very quick update on upcoming appearances including CopyNight DC for April, Public Knowledge’s 3D/DC, Balticon, and the Personal Democracy Forum 2011.

This week’s security alerts are iOS devices secretly tracking user location and Chrome features tries to reduce the impact of DDoS attacks.

In this week’s news, problems with YouTube’s copyright school and a more constructive response, Google turns to crowd sourcing to improve maps, uniform APIs for the open data web, and NSF blocks the Global Voices Advocacy site.

Following up this week judge reveals secret Righthaven contract and ISPs challenge to Digital Economy Act rejected.

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View the detailed show notes online. You can also grab the flac encoded audio from the Internet Archive.

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