Episode 301

Ask Noah Show 301


August 30th, 2022

53 mins 55 secs

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The EFF has offered an opinion on the FAAs visual line of sight rule for Drones. What does this do for privacy? If the FAA makes a different recommendation on how they will enforce drone regulations. The EFF has also launched the Atlas of Surveillance, a publicly searchable crowdsourced database to see which tools law enforcement is using to spy on communities.

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02:20 Wiping Hard drives? - Stephen

07:30 Whole BR rips? - Karel

  • Just rip ISOs

12:00 Smart door lock? - Eddie

22:50 Remote Desktop Suggestion - Chris

25:15 Linux News Wire

27:00 Pick of the Week

29:50 Gadget of the Week

  • Star64 RISC-V SBC from Pine64
  • Fedora and Debian being ported to StarFive JH7110
  • Why use this?

37:40 Kernel 6.1

  • Tech Radar
  • Linux 6.1 gets a new way to identify faulty CPUs
  • Lots of updates

40:20 Drones Beyond Visual Line of Sight

  • EFF
    • Lots of Industry
    • Privacy as a suggestion
    • No Penalties for violations
    • Didn't even want to have a privacy conversation
  • BVLOS Drones are a privacy nightmare

47:00 Atlas of Surveillance

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