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- 01 / 06 / 10 -
Emmanuel is in Frankfurt, Redhackt was in Las Vegas for New Year's, Kyle describes what it was like in Berlin for New Year's, the fireworks scene, Redhackt describes how New Year's festivities are similar in Houston to those in Europe, Emmanuel's two year quest to solve the mystery of the missing tracks at Hauptbahnhof comes to an end, Emmanuel and Kyle are watching Al Jazeera in Germany, Voltaire was able to watch Al Jazeera English in Utah, the latest on body scanners in airports, there are more tips on how to pass restricted time on airplanes at www.funwithtsa.com, the frustration of getting a metro ticket in Prague, the nightmare Kyle and Emmanuel went through trying to leave the Czech Republic by bus, what visiting the Club Mate brewery was like, Kyle describes the manufacturing process, the hacker connection with Club Mate, how word gets out without any advertising, a 2010 software bug affects parts of Germany, Mike talks about the new voting machines coming to New York, advantages and disadvantages to the various systems, more thoughts on Al Jazeera.
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- 01 / 13 / 10 -
An extra minute amidst much confusion, Emmanuel is back in the studio, Mitch Altman and Bre Pettis are tonight's guests, the kinds of things that go on at NYC Resistor, there's now a blinking green light in the studio, what traveling back to the States was like, how more space is needed at the Chaos Communication Congress, Mitch describes his latest devices, how Emmanuel was victimized by one of these devices two weeks ago, the various hacker spaces in New York and Philadelphia, the trip to Club Mate headquarters, how people can make donations to the earthquake relief efforts in Haiti via text messages, Google declares war on China, what this move could mean, Bernie describes an interesting experience he and Mitch had while in China, the various means of accessing the net while in China, an update on premiums from HAR and Hacker Voice Digest, an update on Facebook privacy settings, a master password for Facebook, how to regain access to an account, problems listening to police broadcasts, Bre discusses the MakerBot project.
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- 01 / 20 / 10 -
A mob scene in the studio tonight, Tiffany Rad and Dan Kaminsky are the guests, what's on Dan's Wikipedia page, Dan explains his project exposing Sony infections via CD, why more infections of this sort occurred in Peru, Tiffany describes what she's up to in fighting the DMCA in the auto industry, Emmanuel doesn't want to hear the name of Massachusetts tonight, how mechanics can no longer fix a large number of cars because of restrictions, how these restrictions work, what could happen in the future if this sort of thing continues, Dan describes the various revolutions that are going on with these technological developments, an issue involving Lexus and Bluetooth, how to support the Right to Repair Act, black boxes in cars, Dan explains why "all code is crap until it isn't," how legalese is a tax on commerce, how OnStar can be hacked, Tiffany talks about the work involved in the Open Auto Project, how the DMCA is being used as a crutch for the market, who is behind the growing restrictions, how various worlds of technology are coming together over fights like this, how cars in other countries are affected by these developments, new cars are going to have Twitter feeds installed, improvements that car computers are responsible for, the potential use of wireless networks in cars, information on The Next HOPE will be online in the next week.
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- 01 / 27 / 10 -
Italy is set to enact restrictions on uploading videos, ID will be required to ride trains in China, the Visa Waiver program is about to go into effect, some of the questions people will have to answer online, definition of moral turpitude, why it's important to not let this kind of thing discourage people from visiting for the HOPE conference in July, a ban on texting in various vehicles, loopholes in the law for both the trucking industry and ham radio people, a group of conservative activists infiltrate a Louisiana senator's office and target the telephone system, how ACORN was also infiltrated by one of the same people, debating whether using a bad law against people is ever justified, whether or not people have the right to record others, an update on the Swedish hacker space raid, addressing a repeat caller, an update on premiums, the winter fundraiser begins next week, a question about EAS alerts on a cable system, a Metrocard incident.
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