Links for Thursday, November 21

Here are the links I’ve tweeted about recently. Check them out:
You can build bombs w/stuff purchased *after* security check. Why do we still have the TSA? http://t.co/zaznsR9ksv #securityTheater

RT @zmre: Airport silverware silliness. #securitytheater http://t.co/BI13XqB9kB
The Senate’s bitcoin hearing was actually pretty positive. Of course there’s always one…http://t.co/l7Pa4GWR8d
Police on being recorded when on duty: “the ubiquitous tracking is too invasive of their personal privacy” http://t.co/ASy2TXxnzj
Hey Windows 8 UI people. When you give me a pop-up I don’t want, and don’t let me click around it, I get angry. http://t.co/tiNoj5BJaI
Just read Kozinski’s dissent in White v Samsung. Finally, someone who makes sense in IP law. Read it: http://t.co/78wdNAnUBj
Pentagon says it has no idea where the money is that it’s supposed to spend. The numbers are staggering. http://t.co/QFOY6XiWU8
RT @declanm: Yahoo “plans to have all data encrypted by the end of March”: http://t.co/yakjH0L6qO Yahoo’s users might want to thank Edward Snowden …
RT @TracyOpp: I interviewed Terry Bressi on in-country #immigration #checkpoints and recording his 300+ interactions http://t.co/h9kMUIhikz