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Byte Into IT - 11 December 2013

December 15th, 2013

Episode 334 of 410 episodes

On this week's Byte: News: Google gets into domain registry. Learn to program on your mobile devices with the Codecademy app. Yahoo Labs researching how to burst our filter bubbles. FreeBSD won't issue Intel or Via's hardware random number generators. Pandora's app adds a wake-up feature. The internet, freedom, and surveillance: Snowden and the future. Tech giants call for global surveillance law reform. UN urged to create an International Bill of Digital Rights. Australian Federal Police to use deep packet inspection technologies. Events and Opportunities: Webstock have extended earlybird registrations for one more week. They will now close on Friday 13 December. Running 10-14 February, in Wellington New Zealand. Intel Fellow Dr Genevieve Bell will present a public lecture "Magic Technology or Why we need to rethink Arthur C Clarkes' Third Law" at the University of Melbourne, Parkville Campus - Thursday 12 Dec, 11:30am – 12:30pm. The Fitzroy Academy of Getting Shit Done selection night is on 16th of December, 2013. To be eligible, you'll need $1k & the month of February 2014 free. @bikefunmelb geocaching ride Sunday 15th December, 1pm - leaving from Rushall Station. Bike Fun Melbourne - Full calendar. Presented by Vanessa Toholka, Warren Davies, and Lachlan Simpson. http://profiles.google.com/byteintoit http://twitter.com/byteintoit