Episode 11. In this episode a visit to a few of the places online which have electively or by security failure offered up your personal and private information. A quick mention on how things are different in the attitudes over the generations and a few topics of recent notoriety.
This episode's Podcast review was donated to the SouthEast Linux Festival where I give a quick run-down and play their amusing promo.
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