This week's episode contains a bit of a cross-cutting discussion about spectrum in the United States, the purported "spectrum crunch" in the United States, and why some of the domestic proposals on the table for solving such really do not mesh well with today's planet-wide knowledge ecology. A news miscellany is also presented. Direct Download: Ogg Vorbis Audio Related Links: Ars Technica: FBI halted one child porn inquiry because Tor got in the wayTechCrunch: Ethiopian Government Bans Skype, Google Talk And All Other VoIP Services The Register: openSUSE 12.2 release delayed, team calls for a rethink EFF: Internet Archive Sues to Stop New Washington State Law PCMag Digital Network: Online Retailer Imposes 'Internet Explorer 7 Tax' Kim Andrew Elliott: In a contrarian move, HCJB is transmitting via shortwave from Germany to Europe. The H Open: HTTP Error Status 451 proposed to show legal block PCWorld: Reddit Bans Major Publications for Allegedly Spamming And/or Cheating Reuters: U.S. probes cable TV barriers to Internet video Reuters: Low-rated cable channels may live on YouTube Reuters: More Cubans have local intranet, mobile phones The Stewart Baker at The Volokh Conspiracy: UK bill hits both libel tourism and anonymous abuse
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