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TCLP 2009-09-27 News

This is news cast 191.

In the intro, a reminder that this month’s CopyNight here in DC is tomorrow night, at 6:30PM at the Teaism in Penn Quarter. The discussion will at least include the Google Books settlement and the FCC rules on network neutrality and more besides no doubt.

This week’s security alerts are AES explained by stick figures and bounties on infected Macs.

In this week’s news FCC chair calls for rules on network neutrality including early challenges and resistance and a web site detailing the details as the rules will be implemented, Netflix second release of anonymized data could be a privacy disaster, re-booting the book which at least partly continues Clive Thomson’s consideration of the future of reading, and duct tape programmers.

Following up this week authors and other plaintiffs ask for a delay in the Google Books settlement which is granted and the French Senate passes an amended three strikes law though it still requires debate and passage by the National Assembly.

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TCLP 2009-06-14 News

This is news cast 180.

In the intro, yet another reminder to get your submissions in for the upcoming anniversary show and to qualify for one of two amazing prizes: a personalized copy of J.C. Hutchins’ and Jordan Weisman’s new book, “Personal Effects: Dark Art” or a signed homemade, limited edition galley of Cory Doctorow’s forthcoming novel, “Makers”. Submissions are due by this Wednesday, the 17th but I may extend the deadline to Friday if folks need more time.

This week’s security alerts are new researcher further weakening SHA1 and a JavaScript attack against intranets and VPNs.

In this week’s news the Pirate Party in Sweden wins an EU Parliament seat standing by their commitment after failing two years ago, China mandates filtering software on new PCs, a service to help standards tags for categorizing content, and a new low power, cheap to produce memristor further the state of this six month old breakthrough.

Following up this week French three strikes law is gutted and Obama administration commits to ACTA.

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