Roughly Speaking podcast: A spy plane over Baltimore, and a hack at NSA (episode 141)

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2:49: The Baltimore Police Department has been using a surveillance plane to investigate all sorts of crimes, from property thefts to shootings, reports Bloomberg Businessweek, and some Baltimore citizens are outraged about it. Sean Gallagher, IT editor of ars technica, talks about how the system works and the company behind it.


14:16: Plus, who hacked the hackers at the National Security Agency? More from Sean on a story that has the information security world buzzing and bolstering system defenses.

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