This is an episode of The Command Line Podcast.
This time, I chat about some recent news stories that caught my attention, including:
- How the Internet of Things Limits Consumer Choice
- Tracing the Dynabook
- China Using US Encryption Fight To Defend Its New Encryption Backdoor Mandate
- Comcast Cap Blunder Highlights How Nobody Is Ensuring Broadband Meters Are Accurate
- New York is finally installing its promised public gigabit Wi-Fi
- After A Decade Of Waiting For Verizon, Town Builds Itself Gigabit Fiber For $75 Per Month
- The App-ocalypse: can Web standards make mobile apps obsolete?
- Tools, ads, and bad defaults: Web bloat continues unabated
- Google plans to remove Oracle's Java APIs from Android N
- Microsoft to notify users of government spying after Chinese Hotmail hack goes public
- Lessig on how the economics of data-retention will drive privacy tech
- Debian Linux founder Ian Murdock dead at 42
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