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- 11 / 02 / 11 -
Occupy Wall Street now has tents, comparisons to Occupy DC and Occupy Philly, Dan from Occupy Philly discusses the technological setup at their camp, the city of Philadelphia is allowing power to be brought from City Hall to the camp, some of the organizers met with the mayor on Sunday, a vote to expand the space, there were some arrests today, contact information, the absence of cops in Washington and Philadelphia compared to the camp in New York, how some of the media is implying that a rise in crime in other parts of the city is linked to the occupiers, some disturbing updates from Occupy Oakland, former radio show participant Autojack is one of those arrested at Occupy San Diego, Autojack describes how he got caught up in the sweep, the sudden presence of heavily armed police, how people were treated after being arrested, what it was like to be held on a bus for seven hours and taken 50 miles away, arrestees were forced to be subjected to chest x-rays, how Autojack almost got arrested immediately after being released, how Livestream played a part in getting Autojack involved, speculating on how the coming winter will affect this movement, the importance of getting involved, "delaying a peace officer," Autojack lost his job shortly after his release, what's next with the case, how this is relevant to the hacker world, a caller's issues with electronic voting machines, Mike and Emmanuel debate on how to get to Zuccotti Park by subway, possible ways to get supplies to the camp, an Occupy-related song will be featured each week, there will be 2600 meetings this weekend.
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- 11 / 09 / 11 -
There was a nationwide Emergency Alert System test today, Bernie explains how the system is set up, Emmanuel gives the results of the media outlets he was monitoring, the test didn't work at WBAI, a printed EAS test is received during the discussion, the implications of the White House having the ability to interrupt programming at any time, how more consumer devices will be integrated into the system in the future, Kyle reports on how the test was received in Seattle, Emmanuel goes several days without realizing that Daylight Savings Time had ended, the dangers of transparent changes, Bernie's watch is stuck on the old Daylight Savings Time settings, yesterday was Election Day, various reports on polling places, the significance of today's date, 11/11/11 is two days away, an update on Emmanuel's complaint against DHS, Emmanuel will open the DHS response letter live on the air when it arrives, the show won't be on next week, the first HOPE conference will be revisited this weekend on blip.tv, Justin Day and Jared Klett from blip.tv join the discussion, the history of blip.tv, what makes it different from YouTube, the rest of the HOPE conferences will also be rolled out soon, some of the legal threats against blip.tv, advice to people who have an idea for a project, Justin is part of NYC Resistor, some of the boundaries of blip.tv, half price tickets to HOPE Number Nine will be going on sale at the same time that the videos from the first HOPE conference go online, when science fiction can be heard on the station, a roundup of this weekend's events, another Occupy-related song.
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- 11 / 23 / 11 -
There's a high-pitched whine attached to the phone line, Emmanuel gets a response from Homeland Security on why he keeps getting detained when entering the country, the envelope will be opened later in the program, a motion activated camera in British Columbia contains images of previous crime scenes, Bradley Manning will be having a hearing on December 16th, criticism by the European Parliament concerning the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA), certain words are being blocked by Pakistani telephone companies in text messages, the Occupy Wall Street camp in New York City was broken up last week, an excerpt from a live broadcast that went out over the Internet during the police action, Tim Poole explains how he put together this broadcast, Kyle describes his reaction to the unfolding events while in Seattle, the various feeds that emerged during the police action, how Tim got involved in this, a confrontation with people who objected to being filmed, how Al Jazeera used Tim's live footage to tell the story, how the confrontation strengthened the Occupy Wall Street convictions, how the son of the New York City police commissioner is the main anchor on a popular television morning show that regularly mocked the demonstrators, how peaceful protesters are met with as much force as violent protesters in other parts of the world, why this is something to be concerned with despite opinions on the Occupy Wall Street movement, what services and equipment Tim used to make his broadcast possible, Emmanuel opens the DHS letter, the extremely disappointing message contained within, a "robocopter" is being planned for future actions.
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- 11 / 30 / 11 -
It's an exciting night for many reasons, the high-pitched squeal continues, an attempt at a solution, the merger between T-Mobile and AT&T seems to not be happening after all, an FCC report that was critical of the merger plan is released and then withdrawn, analyzing the lies, whether this should be viewed as progress, the largest series of domain seizures yet by the U.S. government, the injustice involved in this, GoDaddy's involvement, how Chanel may have become liable by being behind this series of seizures, a controversy involving a company called CarrierIQ accused of spying on cell phone users, how even Android users have no idea what's running on their phones, Facebook reaches a settlement involving privacy violations of its users, debating whether people really care about their online privacy, the amount of cell phones that are locked to one carrier, debating over whether it's right to x-ray arrested Occupy Wall Street demonstrators, what Zuccotti Park looks like now, Bernie describes the scene at the Occupy camp in Philadelphia, an inspirational message is beamed onto the Verizon building in New York City, the fate of the laptops that were donated by listeners and readers to the Occupy Wall Street people, the first batch of HOPE Number Nine tickets sells out in less than two minutes, Emmanuel looks for ideas on what to do the next time he enters the country, Mike's experience opting out of a full body scanner when flying to New York, an update on the premiums, advice on a cell phone purchase, a call for more Occupy related songs.
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