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- 09 / 03 / 03 -
Emmanuel is in Krakow, the intro isn't being transmitted to Poland, how cheap it can be to travel around Eastern Europe, the satellite delay, the system being used to make the overseas phone calls for the radio show is given high marks and will be revealed next week, the incredible cheapness of some overseas calls, the phone system in Belarus, more on the advantages of having a GSM phone, demonstrating an error message on the system used to make overseas calls, new rules for Canadian passport photos, face recognition scanners are in the future for airports, Bernie discovers that his local meeting for Patriot Act support is taking place this evening in Pennsylvania, Bernie is at the meeting, Mike talks about the "Ashcroft Tour" and the attempts to find out about a New York "town hall" meeting, the Department of Homeland Security is urged not to use Microsoft software by an advisory agency, the Blaster worm may have had an affect on the blackout after all, Ken's upcoming program on the cause of the blackout, a suspect is named in the writing and distribution of the blaster.b worm, Emmanuel's experience crossing borders, the excessive amount of times passports are asked for in Russia, Mike and Geoff both have their passports stamped upon reentry to the United States, where to put the blame for things like Blaster, facts about the "Freedom Downtime" DVD, SBC warns employees of a scam involving the Do Not Call registry, Redhackt tells how easy it was to catch the blaster.b suspect, the donotcall.org site is reported to be charging money to add names to a Do Not Call registry, a call from a 91-year-old listener, a live report from Bernie at the Patriot Act meeting, no input from the public was allowed.
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- 09 / 10 / 03 -
Emmanuel returns from overseas, the latest on John Ashcroft and a demonstration against his policies in New York, a large police presence in Krakow, the overt slant of the Department of Justice website, the "tinyurl" service, a flashmob gathering is set for later in the show, questions about how such mobs work, a 12-year-old girl is sued by the RIAA, how people in Eastern Europe don't seem to have commercial CDs, Emmanuel wonders if he can download music that he already owns on vinyl, calling the RIAA to ask, Jim identifies the 12-year-old, a man is accused of luring minors to sex sites by registering misspelled domain names, a new law (the Truth in Domain Names Law) forbids forwarding to a porn site on a misspelled domain, Al Jazeera starts another English language website, an update on the blaster.b worm and a letter from someone who knows the suspect, an arrest warrant is issued for Adrian Lamo for hacking the New York Times, questions as to what was actually done, Kevin Mitnick calls in, a report from Leo on the flashmob event, a piece from a popular Russian band.
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- 09 / 17 / 03 -
The news runs late, a change in the way the color-coded terror alert system works, more on what John Ashcroft has been saying on his tour, the threat of proximity technology, the Patriot Act is revealed to have been used more against common criminals than terrorists, the RIAA fails to respond to last week's question, Verisign begins a controversial policy that affects the resolution of nonexistent domains, an ad from Computer Associates targets hackers, AOL Time Warner is reported to be dropping AOL from their name, the Senate votes to overturn the new media rules set by the FCC, comments on the Swedish election, Emmanuel's problems with his GSM phone since the carrier name change, more on the Adrian Lamo case, Adrian Lamo describes what has happened to him so far, a real world hacking story, what the response has been like so far, more on Lexis/Nexis pricing, discussion on whether appearing on the radio is good for Lamo's case, response to criticism.
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- 09 / 24 / 03 -
The Do Not Call list is ruled unconstitutional by a federal judge, the author of the Melissa virus is reported to be helping federal authorities track down other virus writers, a contrast in sentencing between the United States and other countries, the CNN website still lists itself as part of AOL, a hotel is sued for using the Dewey Decimal System, some words on MP3s from the RIAA, more commentary on the Adrian Lamo interview, more info and advice on GSM, how Emmanuel's Sprint phone managed to charge him while he was away, info on the phone service that allows calls to be forwarded overseas, ways of tracking people down, more on the coming portability for cell phone numbers, AOL shuts down their free chat rooms, bank tricks, debate on the effects of Internet music sharing on artists, a call from Pieman, Emmanuel's experience with copyrighted music at a wedding.
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