Ep. 1192: The ethical standards of GoDaddy Video
On today's show, Apple stands up for its developers, but not for the people who might be infected with malware. Nice, Apple. Real nice. Also, Microsoft introduces Mango and Ballmer accidentally introduces Windows 8, and the Falun Gong sues Cisco. Yeah, really. And for a good reason, too.
Did Paramount actually issue a DMCA takedown to some people who filmed "Transformers 3" while it was being filmed outside their window!? Well, yeah. But Molly thinks that particular brand of stupidity almost had to be an accident. I mean, come on. Also, Google accidentally (!) collected data from open WiFi hotspots while taking pictures of their houses, which kind of feels like a double whammy. Oh, and it's Rafe's first show in the Tom Chair! We call it: Episode 1.
Kevin and Alex make their way to the Infineon Raceway for a special on-location edition. Diggnation sponsor GoDaddy is also a sponsor of IndyCar series driver Danica Patrick who competes for the Andretti Green Racing team. In addition to racing around the track with Danica, Kevin and Alex drink Andretti wine and discuss some of the week's top stories which include: Flash 9 support of H264, the notion that space dust is alive, a HUGE widescreen display bug in Bioshock, and how Paramount and Dreamworks have abandoned support of Blu-ray.
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