TCLP 2009-12-06 News

This is news cast 199, an episode of The Command Line Podcast.

This week’s security alerts are malware may start affecting non-jailbroken iPhones and testing whether Google’s new DNS resolver is secure. I wrote about Google’s new offering earlier in the week.

In this week’s news latest ACTA leak seems to confirm the worst exceeding EU and Canadian copyright policy and makes better sense of KEI Director James Love’s encounter with USTR chief Ron Kirk, standalone JavaScript, historical antecedents to the current broadband regulation debate, and a new privacy reporting tool from the CDT which is part of a larger trend to try to improve awareness around online privacy.

Following up this week one British politician pushed back on the Digital Economy Bill and evaluating the censorship risk of the current version of the Google Books settlement.

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