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- 05 / 01 / 13 -
Emmanuel is stuck on a broken train, Bernie reports on changes at the FCC, Mozilla files suit against a company for masquerading as Firefox, a legal setback for the FBI, Emmanuel arrives with Alex after a subway ride from hell, Emmanuel responds to listener mail on surveillance, the head of the NYPD says that privacy is now "off the table," a letter concerning the threat of Google, more roundups in Boston shed light on the technological abilities of law enforcement, the spring fundraiser begins next week, there are 2600 meetings this week.
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- 05 / 08 / 13 -
Confusion in the studio over the floor and the phone number for pledges, Emmanuel describes his experience with Sirius XM and how the World Radio Network channel was discontinued, the history-themed premium being offered tonight, how the show has changed over the years, clips from some of the shows of the past, why WBAI has outlived nearly all of the commercial radio stations in New York, connections with the past, the DeCSS song, memories of when the radio station was taken over by hostile forces, more clips from past shows, discussing some of the favorite moments, how the station influenced the direction Alex took, the neverending radio wasteland, a final set of clips from old shows. This show includes fundraising.
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- 05 / 29 / 13 -
Steve Rambam is in the studio for a special two hour fundraiser, reaction to the recent revelation that reporters at the Associated Press had their phone records accessed by authorities, what a tower dump is, the dangers of a monitored "drop phone," Alex describes the data retention directive that's in effect in Europe, Steve explains how consumers don't own their information, how the collection of this data has skyrocketed in recent years, the prospect of ATMs for Bitcoins, how Bitcoins can ultimately change everything, what Steve has been up to lately, the similarity between private investigators and journalists, how hackers can tie into this, a joint event is being planned between all three of these groups for sometime in the mid winter, some of the premiums being offered tonight, how a USB flash drive isn't always what it seems, how faking Caller ID can help in certain situations, Kyle explains how Steve's talks at HOPE have changed his life, Steve describes the aftermath of his arrest at HOPE Number Six, how the makeup talk was scheduled, an excerpt from Steve Rambam's talk at the makeup session of HOPE Number Six in 2006, how Steve helped Bernie find an interesting person, a special limited premium that Steve is offering, thoughts on the embracing of surveillance after the Boston Marathon bombing, Alex has become a father since the last show and his son has already pledged, why Steve's talks are so popular among the hacker crowd, how surveillance can adversely affect people with "nothing to hide," how people can disagree and still work together, one more special item to offer, Steve's thoughts on Google Glass. This show is two hours and includes fundraising.
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