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What Had Happened Was is a grumpyhawk collective podcast co-hosted by grumpyhawk (that would be me) and Benjamin Combs. In this "week-in-review style" show, we cover and comment on stories with a tech, science, weird, or strange sort of angle. Visit grumpyhawk.com to see and hear more from the collective.
Hello everyone, and welcome to another fine episode of What Had Happened Was. This week grumpyhawk and Benjamin Combs talk about Google saying that non-Gmail users have no expectation of privacy, UK officials detain Glenn Greenwald's partner at Heathrow to question him (and send a message), Hundreds of New York Police Officers ordered to wear cameras, and Microsoft issuing there own incorrect DMCA notices, plus a new segment with science fiction and fantasy author A. Lee Martinez, all on today's episode "New New New."
- Google says Gmail users have no reason to expect privacy
- UK officials detain Glenn Greenwald's partner at Heathrow.
- US official admits that UK detention of Glenn Greenwald's partner was to send a message
- New York police ordered to test wearable cameras
- Microsoft uses DMCA to block many links to competing open office software