In this episode, the pundits discuss Cisco’s Big Brother mentality, Verizon thinks they know what’s best for you on the Internet, Mozilla releases Firefox OS (who needs another mobile OS??), and is Internet access a human right? The U.N. thinks so.
Carl talks about Thunderbird no longer being developed, Lamar Smith is trying to sneak in SOPA like legislation again and Boxee and Comcast kiss and make up.
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- Cisco locks customers out of their own routers, only lets them back in if they agree to being spied upon and monetized
- Verizon Wants The “Freedom” To Edit Your Internet
- Firefox OS Wins Mobile OS Support
- Internet Access as a human right?