A brief history of the turbulence at WBAI, NYC subway disruption caused by someone accidentally pressing the "power off" button, Texas GOP website hacked in response to anti abortion law, new Texas and Australian social media laws, historical 9/11 coverage broken by deprecation of Adobe Flash.
Hurricane Ida floods NYC, mandatory 10-digit dialing and new 3-digit codes, Butte Public Library training ethical hackers, repair shop owner at center of Hunter Biden saga loses lawsuit against Twitter, AI's can't file for patents.
Nearly all of the cryptocurrency that was stolen from Poly network has been returned, Taliban seizes US military biometrics devices, Will Byrne - Director of the Human Rights First Innovation Lab - joins the panel to discuss this issue, millions of cellphone subscribers affected by multiple data breaches.
NYC requires proof of vaccination for some indoor activities, Alexa "upgrade" woes, Australian payphone calls are now free, lost audio archives at 2600.com/audio-segments , 2600 meetings are this Friday.
A late start, Ethereum developer and hacker Virgil Griffith back in jail for allegedly violating his bail terms, Raphael Satter from Reuters joins the panel this week to discuss the NSO Group and their Pegasus spyware.
Redhackt joins the panel, the NYC 2600 meeting happened last week, feeling like things are getting back to normal, Donald Trump sues social media companies, federal judge blocks Florida's social media law, social media platform Gettr hacked, Biden supports right-to-repair.
2600 meetings return this Friday, foreign hacking groups in the news, OMNY: MTA's new payment method, vote count errors in NYC mayoral race, interesting phone numbers, smart meters spilling secrets about Texas snowstorm.