This is news cast 135.
Security alerts this week are more details on hacking implantable medical devices and inappropriate ads showing up on kids’ sites.
In this week’s news, an insider’s story about working at Atari during its heyday, a Kentucky legislator wants to suppress anonymous free speech online, Professor Ed Felten considers the gap between expected and accepted privacy and some possible, though not perfect, solutions, and Verizon and others working on improving P2P technology rather than simply banning it.
Following up this week, more examples of fan funded artists and John Scalzi’s critique of Kelly’s essay on one thousand true fans.
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