TCLP 2012-05-07 News

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

I will be at Freedom to Connect later this month, then at Balticon. In June, I will be in London from the 7th to the morning of the 19th. I will be taking a brief side trip to Paris the 10th through the 12th. In July, I will be at OSCon. Come and find me at any of these events or places or feel free to send a note if you are interested in a meet up.

This week’s security alerts are a proof of concept Android trojan that uses motion sensors to capture sensitive data and one of the first responses to the recent string of SSL concerns spins up.

In this week’s news, millions of Harvard library catalog records made openly available, first legal focus hackathon, single layer silicon compound could beat graphene to market, and 1Gbps wireless network made with plain old red and green laser pointers.

Following up this week CISPA veto recommended by White House and mainstream media ponders how The Pirate Party may be changing politics itself.

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