TCLP 2010-01-10 News

This is news cast 202, an episode of The Command Line Podcast.

In the intro a shout out to SLUG and a huge thank you to Holger for his ongoing donation.

Also, if you are a listener, reader or acquaintance of Tee Morris’ and want to know how you can help in his time of need, you can donate to a fund for his daughter, participate in an auction schedule for next month, or buy one of his many excellent books.

This week’s security alerts are Adobe finally working on a software updater and 768-bit RSA modulus factored.

In this week’s news Jaron Lanier’s Web 2.0 rant, whether cheap tech undermines legal protections including broader ramifications for online privacy, testing the first build of Mozilla’s multi-process project which I first mentioned over six months ago, and the government is skeptical of an earlier suggestion that more wireless spectrum will increase broadband competition.

Following up this week Tenenbaum P2P case defending seeking to overturn damages as unconstitutional and FCC seeks extension for broadband plan.

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