This is news cast 200, an episode of The Command Line Podcast.
This week’s security alerts are attackers improve on techniques to use Twitter to conceal their efforts and malware found in a Gnome screen saver.
In this week’s news a massive class action suit against the labels for copyright infringement, a new open government directive from the Obama administration though it notably doesn’t include making the White House’s practices transparent and may present certain loop holes, quantum key distribution through possibility of sending a particle, and AI to undergo rebirth at MIT with new ambitious five year project.
Following up this week the final ruling in the Tenenbaum P2P case which may be an unrealized opportunity for fair use reform or may not. Defense lawyer and Harvard law professor Nesson is seeking a retrial regardless.
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