TCLP 2009-10-18 News

This is news cast 193.

In the intro, my initial impressions of Google’s Wave. You can find me there as cmdln dot net at googlewave dot com. I have also stared public Waves which you are welcome to join for the DC area CopyNight and for this podcast.

This week’s security alerts are figuring out whether Facebook apps are safe and Microsoft’s un-invited Firefox add-on has a vulnerability though Mozilla has acted to disable it for everyone.

In this week’s news Professor Lessig’s provocative piece on naked transparency as inspired by Brandeis and some thoughtful responses, why Charlies Stross doesn’t like Star Trek, a fundamental limit on the speed of computation, and working on a recommendation and plan for an open repository of the text of US law.

Following up this week 42 people gain access under NDA to the ACTA drafts.

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