This is an episode of The Command Line Podcast.
I will be attending SCALE in the latter half of next month if anyone else planning to be there wants to meet up.
I am also thinking about attending this year’s LibrePlanet, in March. Please consider donating to their scholarship fund to help attendees who might not otherwise be able to go to join the event and learn more about Free Software and the community that uses and supports it.
This time, I chat about some recent news stories that caught my attention, including:
- UK citizens may soon need licenses to photograph some stuff they already own
- MIT Creates Untraceable Anonymous Messaging System Called Vuvuzela
- Technical article about pond
- Major tech group backs Pacific trade deal
- Philips updates Hue, introduces lightbulb DRM
- Philips reverses decision to close the Hue Platform
- Add Verizon To The Growing List Of Companies Tap Dancing Around Net Neutrality With Zero Rating
- EFF Publishes “Pwning Tomorrow,” a Speculative Fiction Anthology
- EFF, Access Now, and the White House Sat Down to Talk About Encryption: The Details
- Panopticlick 2.0 Launches, Featuring New Tracker Protection and Fingerprinting Tests
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