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TDH – Full Address and Government Decisions

This week on the show, we speak at length about the recent news that the IPv4 addresses are essentially exhausted, as well as how FCC Chairman Wheeler wants to be able to preempt state laws for wireless broadband access. Tesla announces that all of it’s patents are free to be used by anyone, while the US Marshals Service holds auctions for the Bitcoins that were seized from Silk Road. Also of note, the 11th circuit court ruled that cellular location data can’t be obtained without a warrant, and NTT Docomo wants us all to use wearable SIM technology. I speak out nearly against the curation aspect of Amazon’s Prime Music service, in the context of it’s competitors, not Spotify or Rdio, but actual music on the radio. All that and a little more this week!

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IPv4 addressing is full



Feds to sell Bitcoins from Silk Road



Tesla’s patents are yours to use




Amazon launches Prime Music



Starbucks rolling out wireless charging tables



Warrantless cellular location tracking is illegal



NTT Docomo’s wearable SIM card replacement



Wheeler comments on broadband and state laws



Google just acquired Skybox Imaging for .5 billion



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School cancels reading program to stop ‘hacker culture’