This is the first show of the new format, the first of two shows to go out each week. This episode is a news cast. A feature cast will go out this Wednesday.
Thanks, Ethan, for the quick note about Canada already have laws on the books criminalizing “non-real” porn. This in response to my discussion of laws proposed in the UK to do the same, specifically for depictions including children.
In this week’s news, the 23rd c3 wrapped up a few weeks ago and here’s a link to Lawrence Lessig’s brilliant keynote. A video podcaster got further comment from John Perry Barlow right after. Wired had an excellent piece on Jim Christy, chief of OSI’s cyber-crime unit. Some questionable looking group is trying to implement true network VR, again. Lastly a security vendor stumbles in their implementation, almost laughably so.
Follow ups this week include a lab being banned from verifying e-voting machines and more on the purported AACS crack.