The CyberJungle Episode 101 – Jan 10 2010
Security, Your Privacy, and The Law
On this week’s program:
* Houston DA Tweets the names of people arrested for DUI
* WiFi for passive aggressives
* You won’t believe the password to launch nuclear war
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Show Notes for Episode 101 of the CyberJungle
* Conversation: Ira and Samantha interview Houston civil rights attorney Randall Kallinen about the Houston Texas-area DA Tweeting the names of those arrested for DUI.
*How Google collects information
*Google Near Me Now application
* Digital piracy hits the book industry
* Mind-reading at the airports
*WiFi for passive aggressive
*Nuclear launch passcodes
*Ransomware – buy back your own files?
*One in ten botnets are engaged in the Zues attack
*Ironkey CEO speaks about the USB crypto flaw
*FTC says FCC needs to consider the dangers of cloud computing