We’re going to find out what proposed US law scared the Department of Homeland Security, why Mac users might be scared of the internet for a little while, and that Microsoft is not scared of unveiling a whole slew of new gaming products now that Windows 10 has been released.
Show notes and links:
- Department Of Homeland Security Highlights Privacy Concerns In Senate Cybersecurity Bill | TechCrunch (techcrunch.com).
- Reddit, Privacy Groups Call On Obama To Reject Cybersecurity Bill | TechCrunch (techcrunch.com).
- House Passes Controversial Cybersecurity Information-Sharing Bill | TechCrunch (techcrunch.com).
- EFF, AdBlock and Others Launch New Do Not Track Standard | Threatpost | The first stop for security news (threatpost.com).
- Coalition Announces New ‘Do Not Track’ Standard for Web Browsing | Electronic Frontier Foundation (eff.org).
- Understanding EFF’s Do Not Track Policy: A Universal Opt-Out From Tracking | Electronic Frontier Foundation (eff.org).
- A Privilege Bug in OS X Is Being Exploited to Hijack Macs (gizmodo.com).
- 0-day bug in fully patched OS X comes under active exploit to bypass password protection | Ars Technica (arstechnica.com).
- The FDA has approved the first drug made by a 3D printer (qz.com).
- This post has no title. (hosted.ap.org).
- Aprecia’s 3D Printed ZipDose Tablets Earn FDA Approval (3dprint.com).
- Microsoft gamescom 2015: Halo Wars 2, Crackdown 3, more – get all the news here | VG247 (vg247.com).
- Every Xbox story from Gamescom 2015 | Polygon (polygon.com).
- Windows 10, Xbox 360 compatibility, and a chatpad coming to Xbox One in November | Ars Technica (arstechnica.com).
- This post has no title. (geekdays.reddit.com).
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