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The Mind Tech Podcast: Episode 35

November 27th, 2013

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The Peoples SafePlug

Hosted by Gareth Davies and Joe Ressington

The Mind Tech Podcast is your weekly dose of tech, privacy, security and conspiracy.

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Another mention for London CryptoFestival 2013

Kitkat is mehriffic and Briefly tried Cyanogenmod. Still no idea what to do tablet wise.

Want to talk about the Safeplug?

The People's Voice launches (again)

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Mind Tech News:

LG Smart TVs logging USB filenames and viewing info to LG servers

Follow up

Ballmer on Ballmer: His Exit From Microsoft

But the contentious call put him on a difficult journey toward his August decision to retire, sending Microsoft into further tumult as it began seeking a successor to a man who has been at its heart for 33 years.

Winamp shuts down and there is even a petition to keep it alive

Google chief ERIC SCHMIDT explains block on child porn

Star Trek, post-scarcity and DRM

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  1. Rob #
    November 28, 2013

    “I enjoyed Dan Browns Digital fortress an interesting book.”

    It’s interesting as in the story line concept.

    Great show geting almost as good as linuxluddites 😉

    I could not get my head round the DRM article, the people who owned DRM would not need to as they could have any thing any way? The article is still approaching the idea – still with a greed angle but greed would not exist as you could just have what ever.
    Any how interesting non the less.

    TPV is a complet non starter for me due to my internet speed and how it buffers, if there becomes a catch up / download option then I will be all over that.

    Rob

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