Supreme Court privacy decisions, Google privacy changes, EU privacy protections, oh my! Miles and Lyle publicly take your calls and comments while talking about privacy.
“All nine justices of the Supreme Court ruled on Monday that police officers violated the Fourth Amendment rule against unreasonable search and seizure when they attached a GPS device to a suspect’s car and tracked it for 28 days without a warrant. But the court was split down the middle on the reasoning.”
“European Union Justice Commissioner Viviane Reding has proposed a sweeping reform of the EU’s data protection rules, claiming that the proposed rules will both cost less for governments and corporations to administer and simultaneously strengthen online privacy rights.”
“The largest-ever Android malware campaign may have duped as many as 5 million users into downloading infected apps from Google’s Android Market, Symantec said today.”
Listener Ely from Ashville NorthCarolina suggested visting… Mauna Loa Observatory (MLO) is a premier atmospheric research facility that has been continuously monitoring and collecting data related to atmospheric change since the 1950’s.
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Hal from Santa Cruz suggested this video.
“From our friends at NASA comes this amazing 26-second video, depicting how temperatures around the globe have warmed since 1880. That year is what scientists call the beginning of the “modern record.””
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