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- 09 / 05 / 18 -
Trying to figure out who in the administration wrote the secret editorial in The New York Times that threatens Trump's legitimacy, a list of some of the offices that could contain the anonymous person, Alex explains the various level positions, use of a particular word in the editorial may implicate Mike Pence, the paranoia effect this is having on Trump, the possibility of there being multiple authors, the relationship to hacking, some of the material that has already come in to the 2600 SecureDrop, why it's important not to reveal how sensitive material is received, the social engineering aspect of Trump, the release of a controversial Bob Woodward book, the potential use of FISA warrants to track down the source, how those who deny quickly may be the best suspects, the possibility of the writer being a member of Trump's family, the case of a missing member of the hacker community in Norway, thoughts on the Kavanaugh hearing, a caller provides some interesting and specific info on the mystery person, an update on the Assistance and Access Bill in Australia that may be enacted soon, a satirical government ad, there will be 2600 meetings this week, HOPE videos are out.
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- 09 / 12 / 18 -
Emmanuel is upset at all the people reading the Bob Woodward book, an update on the Arjen Kamphuis missing person case, analyzing clues regarding cell phone signals, the annoyance of Julian Assange frequently eclipsing the story of the missing person, some of the questions in this case that should be asked, a copyright directive in Europe, the already paranoid way that copyrighted material is dealt with, what Article 11 will change, questioning the use of algorithms in determining fair use and copyright infringement, the child pornography connection, the use of initials, how people aren't aware that material in Google Drive is being scanned and reported to authorities in some cases, another way that Google is intruding on our personal lives, the prospect of Gmail suggesting responses to emails, problems with the Content ID system, Emmanuel's issues in trying to archive his video collection online, how archive.org has helped out tremendously in the preservation of history.
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- 09 / 19 / 18 -
Rob is alone in the studio, it's Talk Like a Pirate Day, Maker Faire is coming up this weekend, problems with the 2600 van has cast some doubt on the 2600 presence this year, a test of the Presidential Alert feature has been postponed, wondering what such a test to all cell phones in the nation might be like, another advantage of landlines, how a string of home explosions in Massachusetts inadvertently revealed the surveillance of certain left wing groups by the police, what Maker Faire is all about, difficulty reaching tonight's guest, the lockpicking experts at Maker Faire, why the event is particularly good for kids, memories of previous events, some of the things that have been brought to Maker Faire in previous years, the prevalence of 3D printers, the magic of rotary phones, some of the projects slated to be displayed this year, the tiny home project, Sabrina Merlo from Maker Faire joins the conversation, the best way for people to get to the event, the need for volunteers, robot battles are scheduled, car crushing, Adam Savage will be appearing this year, how Sabrina got involved, the number of Maker Faires around the world, a ticket giveaway, some of the international projects being featured.
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- 09 / 26/ 18 -
Recovering from a long Trump news conference, thoughts on this weekend's Maker Faire, some confusion with the subway, how Alex's son reacted to Maker Faire, Kyle describes the 1950s phone booth that 2600 brought, the fascination kids have for old technology, meeting a candlestick phone expert, the status of the Maker Faire in the United Kingdom, where to find other events, the irony of hackers being the ones to preserve old phone company technology, Emmanuel's memories of the World's Fair, a special event will occur next Wednesday in Brooklyn in conjunction with the Presidential Alert test, what will be involved as part of this test, recording a promo for the event live on the air, what WEA compatibility is all about, an interesting feature on smart watches that could bring cops into people's homes, wondering if phone booths exist in other parts of the country, how certain payphones get preserved, how phone calls of the past sounded better than they do today, how a CB radio can be an advantage, how payphones are still used in federal courts, another reminder about next week's Wireless Emergency Alert party.
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