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- 10 / 02 / 02 -
The news runs late again, more on Metrocard fraud, a story about the RIAA discovering that music can be played over the radio, questions about BBC World, the Chaos Computer Club puts a graphical display on a building in Paris, Tim from the CCC explains the project, how people can submit artwork, 2600 currently being displayed on the building, the upcoming Chaos Communication Congress, listener feedback on "Freedom Downtime," fundraising to begin next week, the threat of building lights turning into advertising, why the display isn't in color, Kevin Mitnick's laptop is on eBay.
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- 10 / 09 / 02 -
The fundraiser is postponed due to the war hearings, Kevin Mitnick will be on next week, more on the upcoming eleven digit dialing plan in New York, some new and stupid features from T-Mobile, why Emmanuel probably won't be with Sprint PCS much longer, the frustration of DSL service going down, some retail stores will soon require fingerprints from their customers, a high price for a 2600-related domain name, a lawyer offers to start a 2600-related cybersquatting lawsuit, a new way record companies are keeping CDs from being copied, extending the period of time works remain copyrighted, an appeal for the full video of the recent space shuttle launch from a camera mounted on it, more on fingerprint identification in stores, clarification on when merchants are responsible for fraudulent transactions, how to get BBC World Service, a caller claims to be ripped off by Verizon, how to use the callback features, a caller has their domain name stolen.
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- 10 / 16 / 02 -
Kevin Mitnick is in the studio on the eve of a book tour, what media training is, the many media outlets Kevin has appeared on recently, the amount of time that has gone by since Kevin has actually been free, Kevin won't be allowed to tell his story for another seven years, Kevin tells why he ran in 1993, why he pleaded guilty, the many different social engineering techniques outlined in Kevin's new book ("The Art of Deception"), how Kevin became a victim of identity theft, the revelation that Kevin has been allowed to use a computer since January, a letter from Bulgaria tells how telemarketers are at work there making calls to the United States, a story of a beeper company secretly moving its operations to Mexico, "quality of life" offenses in New York City are processed in Ghana, perceptions of American culture from overseas, spy planes are deployed in the United States to search for the DC sniper, the potential of life sentences for hackers, Jello Biafra gives a talk in Brooklyn, clarification on rebroadcasting the show, System of a Down apparently supports Kevin Mitnick, more on T-Mobile's apparent lack of support for Caller ID on voice mail, the new AT&T unlimited GSM plan, Emmanuel tries to scan for GSM networks on his phone, Kevin reveals how to use social engineering to beat a traffic ticket, special items offered for this week's fundraiser, how the Kevin Mitnick story has been covered on WBAI since the beginning of "Off The Hook," the magic of what Phil Hendrie at KFI in Los Angeles does on the air, Kevin talks about the commercial influence that can affect a station like KFI, Kevin's various auctions on eBay, the specific information that makes Kevin's book stand out, the "Personal Computer Show" will continue with Kevin later, how the "Free Kevin" movement helped prepare the hacker community for activism, the new issue of 2600 is about to be released with an "Operation TIPS" cover, Kevin reveals what happened inside the prison after the scene from "Freedom Downtime" was filmed across the street, Alex Kasper talks about what happened on the inside with Miramax during the filming of "Takedown" in North Carolina, Kevin runs into an actor from "Takedown" during an episode of "Loveline," how an interview with Kevin showed up on the foreign DVD of "Takedown" without his permission, a new film project Kevin and Alex are involved in, Kevin's appearance on "Alias," how Kevin's grandmother is an inspiration, finding a volunteer to put quarters in Emmanuel's parking meter downstairs, new parking meters in Los Angeles can detect when cars drive away so there isn't any leftover change, the amount of $2600 is passed, a message to anyone who didn't get premiums during the last marathon, more comments on the "Takedown" movie, Jon Littman's connection, the books for the marathon are depleted, Joe King from the "Personal Computer Show" stops by, the upcoming Kevin Mitnick book signing in New York City, what Kevin isn't allowed to do, how Caller ID can be forged, Kevin's future public appearances, Kevin's amateur radio license is recommended for renewal by the FCC, Kevin talks about the TechTV show he co-hosted with Steve Wozniak, the missing chapter in Kevin's book, uncertainty as to whether the show will be on next week, trying to hit the $5000 mark. The final hour is actually part of the "Personal Computer Show" and includes other topics and guests. Kevin talks about what it will be like to read email again, various spam ploys, and the importance of backing up. Alex talks about the Telezapper, problems with spam and telemarketers, and the accuracy of John Markoff's articles. Kevin tells the story of "Cyberpunk" and how he deliberately blew a film deal, why hacking into Norad is next to impossible, why Kevin wasn't able to tell his story, why any computer is vulnerable to attack, Kevin will be appearing on Art Bell, Alex gives an example of how to infiltrate a company with a floppy disk, the hassle of fraudulent bids on eBay, three steps to protect computers. This show is in two parts and includes fundraising.
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