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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.
Alright peeps, episode 23 of What Had Happened was is live! Listen to Benjamin Combs and grumpyhawk talk about some new court developments regarding leak cases, states making it illegal for employers to ask for your social network logins, state attorneys general trying to undermine free speech, the great wall of censorship that will soon exist for the UK, and some ridiculous death threats directed at a Call of Duty developer.
- Court Eases Prosecutors’ Burden of Proof in Leak Cases.
- It’s now illegal for employers to ask for your social media passwords in Washington.
- State Attorneys General Ask Congress to Gut Critical Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act Concerning Online Speech Protections
- UK censorwall will also block "terrorist content," "violence," "circumvention tools," "forums," and more.
- Tweets to Call of Duty developer @DavidVonderhaar from angry players. Why? Because the stats of an imaginary gun were changed.