TCLP 2007-06-10 News (Comment Line 360-252-7284)

This is news cast 100.

Don’t forget my second anniversary is coming up. If you have show IDs or any other audio to share, I’ll be compiling everything for the June 20th feature cast. If you don’t have audio gear, call the listener comment line. If you’d just like to send an email, I’m happy to read it on the show.

I’ve been noodling around with Last.fm to whose party I know I am late. It’s early days, yet, but I enjoy Jason Adams’ Random Signal podcast and figured I’d add him and see what recommendations I get. I also like that it seamlessly builds recommendations as I play my existing music.

In this week’s security alerts, an excellent discussion of the security issues around Google Fears and a CSI report on the chilling effects of law on web focused security research.

In this week’s news, whurley asks whether GPL3 will alienate developers, McCain speaks against Network Neutrality and wants to appoint a convicted monopolist to his cabinet, research indicates consumers will pay a premium for privacy but I wonder why they should have to, and Doctorow and Lessig comment on McMillan head honcho embarassing himself trying to protest Google library and scanning project.

Following up on the iTunes 7.2 drop and the questions around the encoded data in the DRM-free tracks, EFF has some more definitive answers and Professor Felten considers the implications.

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