Jan 08 2008
We’re back, just not as soon as we’d hoped. I’m on some older sound hardware, since I’m waiting for the coffee to finish drying inside my Yamaha mixer after last Friday’s server meltdown. And maybe older is better, since Rich and I had pretty good sound this week. We’re getting the year started with a topic that’s near and dear to both Rich and I, Privacy. Rich will be at Mac World next week, so I may be flying solo. Won’t that be strange?
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- FAA issues an alert on the Boeing 787 network. Will we ever learn?
- How to safeguard your privacy online (GigaOm): paranoid, but worth reading. We discuss the idea of an online persona different from your real persona.
- Sears installs spyware on customer’s computers. (Heads need to roll on this one, and the lawyers are circling).
- Spyware/adware making the rounds on Facebook.
- UK broadcaster publishes his information to disprove identity theft. Gets pwned. News at 11.
- Debix for identity protection (no, they aren’t a sponsor).
- Tonight’s music: Woods of Chaos by Rob Costlow
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